Maurizio Zamparini said he won’t give Munoz to Milan cheaply and would just put the player in the stands.
Milan are thought to have an agreement with Ezequiel Muñóz over a summer move as the Argentine defender will be out of contract but the Rossoneri have made attempts to sign the player now and made an offer of €1.5 million.
However, Maurizio Zamparini is believed to be demanding €2 million and he claims that Milan won’t succeed in making a last-minute low-cost move (the window closes tomorrow at 23:00 CET).
“There are many jackals around,” Zamparini told Sky Sport Italia last night. “The other day (when he first called Galliani a jackal), Galliani called me saying he had been offended and then he asked for Munoz. I’m sure they’ll wait to the last minute of the market to take him at zero cost but they won’t succeed. Instead, I’ll just leave the player up in the stands until June. It’s a matter of principle.”
Milan signed Salvatore Bocchetti for defense and will complete the signing of Luca Antonelli today.