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Galliani: No Di Natale deal

Adriano Galliani says that AC Milan haven't met Udinese striker Antonio Di Natale or his representatives.

Last Updated: 20/06/13 at 15:30 Post Comment

Antonio Di Natale: Not on his way to AC Milan

Antonio Di Natale: Not on his way to AC Milan

Reports in Italy on Wednesday suggested that another Milan official, Ariedo Braida, Di Natale and the player's agent had all met to discuss a possible transfer.

But, speaking to Sportmediaset, San Siro vice-president Galliani said that wasn't the case.

Galliani said: "There hasn't been a meeting. It's completely groundless news."

Di Natale scored over 20 goals for Udinese last season.

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