It has been reported that Italian giants AC Milan are set to give up on their chase for Sevilla and Brazil striker Luis Fabiano after an initial bid was rejected.
It is believed that the Rossoneri’s original bid for the Brazil international was around the region of £12 million and was promptly turned down by the Spanish club. It is said that Sevilla is holding out for a figure nearer the 28-year-old’s £26 million release clause.
At the same time, Milan general manager Adriano Galliani denied reports that the Italians had made an improved offer for the striker. He said that AC Milan have not made another offer for Luis Fabiano and that the offer made was the initial one and nothing has changed.
Milan’s lawyer and transfer consultant Leandro Cantamessa added that the negotiations for Luis Fabiano have led to nowhere and that the club’s negotiations have only been with Sevilla and not with the player.
He added that Milan’s offer was turned down and he doesn’t know if the club will make another offer for the striker but he personally think that AC Milan will not go back for Fabiano.