Atleti Azzurri d'Italia

Next Game

Atalanta v AC Milan

Saturday, 30 May 2015, 19:45

Italian Serie A

Last Game

AC Milan 3 - 0 Torino

Sunday, 24 May 2015, 19:45

Italian Serie A

AC Milan pair want to leave

AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has confirmed that Brazilian duo Robinho and Alexandre Pato have both asked to leave the club.

Last Updated: 23/12/12 at 18:23 Post Comment

Alexandre Pato: Negotiations ongoing over a move away from AC Milan

Alexandre Pato: Negotiations ongoing over a move away from AC Milan

Both players have been linked with a return to Brazil, with Galliani confirming recently that a bid had been received from an unnamed club for Pato.

Corinthians are thought to be interested in the 23-year-old while Robinho is keen to return to Santos, the club where he started his professional career.

And Galliani says he will be travelling to Brazil for negotiations over transfers for the pair after they both asked to be allowed to move.

"I planned my trip to Brazil some months ago, it will be only about work, I'm not going on vacation," Galliani said.

"We have two negotiations going on, both Pato and Robinho asked to leave Milan, and I know what will happen if they leave the club."

Don't miss any live and exclusive football coverage this festive season. Click here to visit Sky Sports' Festive Calendar

Related News

Most Commented

Readers' Comments

T

ypical Bodgers, in desperate need of a defensive midfielder and go for a floaty number 10 type midfielder. BODGERS OUT.

uncle monty
The Home Gossip

B

enteke is an absolute steal for £32.5m, he would get into any team in the world (except Barcelona) at the moment. I've seen many very good strikers in my 30+ years as a Villa fan. This guy is the best without question.

sparkigol
Benteke's £32.5m release clause

A

ll he wants are sharks with frickin lazers on their heads. Is that too much to ask?

mufc phil
Bomb threat on FIFA D-day

Footer 365

John Hughes concedes Inverness Caley rode their luck as they beat Falkirk

John Hughes conceded Inverness rode their luck after they beat Falkirk 2-1 to lift the Scottish Cup for the first time.

Prince William demands FIFA reform after week of scandal

Prince William has called for FIFA to reform, claiming it must show that it "can represent the interests of fair play and put the sport first".

Inverness 2-1 Falkirk: James Vincent the matchwinner Caley leave it late to clinch Scottish Cup

Inverness Caley won the Scottish Cup for the first time with a dramatic 2-1 victory over spirited Falkirk at Hampden.

Mail Box

Players Must Stand Up For Qatar Boycott

Players, not bureaucrats, hold the key to boycotting Qatar. Also in the afternoon mailbox: Wenger is right to rotate, Zlatan can dribble, and it's Barca v Ajax in the budget final...

What Would You Do If You Were Blatter?

Step into Sepp's shoes, is the invitation from one mailboxer. Also: United already have their new number one, Rodgers deserves time, and the best Budget XI so far...

© 2015 Sky Ltd. All Rights Reserved A Sky Sports Digital Media company