DIDAC VILA would not leave Milan on loan again – instead he’d leave on a permanent transfer.
Adriano Galliani is full of surprises and twists. Only last week, the Milan Vice President said that Didac will stay after his positive 12 months with Spanish team Espanyol, but now it seems he’s changed his mind.
Didac arrived to Milan in January 2011 – a Mino Raiola signing – and never found space at Milan. The LB featured just once for Milan in the last matchday of the 2010/2011 season. He’s no future at Milan it seems.
“I can confirm Benfica are interested in Dídac Vilà but he won’t leave on a loan deal. Only a permanent transfer,” the Rossoneri chief executive and No. 2 in via Turati, Galliani told O Jogo. “Those who want to sign Dídac Vilà have to pay his true value. We will say no to those that want to sign him on a loan deal.
“Benfica have declared their interest in Dídac Vilà, but they have to make a concrete offer if they intend to sign him. Valencia’s interest? I don’t know, we’ll see but I repeat that he won’t be leaving Milan on loan.”
If Didac Vila leaves, Milan will have Luca Antonini, Mattia De Sciglio and Djamel Mesbah who are capable of playing on the left side of the defense. Taye Taiwo is also expected to leave on loan or permanently.