IF DIEGO LOPEZ joins Milan it will be on a permanent transfer as Madrid and especially the player don’t want a loan.
Gabriel and Michael Agazzi did not impress coach Filippo Inzaghi in the Canada and United States tour. The entire Milan team was a disaster in the games against Olympiakos, Man City and Liverpool and Inzaghi wants to strengthen the team.
It’s believed that Inzaghi has asked Galliani, who he will meet on Friday after the team returns from America, to sign a goalkeeper. The first option was allegedly Pepe Reina but he moved to Bayern and now all the eyes are on Diego Lopez.
The Rossoneri reportedly had an agreement in place with Real Madrid over a loan move yesterday but the player has decided that he doesn’t want to leave on loan – only on permanent basis. The demand of Lopez, who has been brilliant for Carlo Ancelotti’s side over the past season and a half, is a three-year contract and Milan are working on the transaction.
As reported by the Milan Channel, il Diavolo have been contact with Madrid and with Lopez’s agents today as negotiations are underway. Sky Italia believes that personal terms can be agreed at €2.5 million net before bonuses and that an agreement with Madrid can be found without any particular problems due to the excellent relationship between Adriano Galliani and Florentino Perez. Monaco and Liverpool are also believed to be interested in the 32-year-old Spanish goalie.
Milan Channel also confirms that Kevin Constant will have his Trabzonspor medical this Friday ahead of his move while Pablo Armero is 99.9% sure to arrive to Milan from Udinese (loan + option for €3-4m) and will be checked up next week.