AC Milan want to negotiate a discounted deal with Valencia for Adil Rami
AC Milan sporting director, Adriano Galliani recently confirmed that the club will look to land Valencia loanee, Adil Rami on a permanent deal this summer and that he’s hoping they can get a “discounted” price for the French international.
In an interview with Sky Sports, Galliani revealed that they are eager to sign Rami but are looking to negotiate a better deal than the one previously agreed upon at the start of his loan agreement.
Valencia was banned from the team last October after making derogatory comments about then manager Miroslav Djukic and his teammates and reached a loan agreement with AC Milan, who paid €1 million for the six month loan and agreed to a buy-back option of €7 million after the loan expires on 31st May.
Milan are unwilling to pay the €7 million for Rami, who has just one year remaining on his current deal with Valencia and will allow the right of first option expire and will negotiate the transfer of Rami, as they are hoping they will get a better deal.
Valencia has no place for Rami at the club and have already signed Otemendi to replace him, but president Amadeo Salvo insists that both parties will stick to the original deal and that Milan will need to pay the €7 million if they wish to keep Rami.