Stephan El Shaarawy, AC Milan
Italian Serie A Transfers - 2013 - 2014
One of the top goal-scorers in Europe last season, El Shaarawy helped Milan to a top-three finish with some fine early-season.
AC Milan's vice-president Adriano Galliani has refused to confirm that young striker Stephan El Shaarawy will say at the club past the summer.
"El Shaarawy is the Milan player with the most requests," said Galliani. "He's not unsellable because everything can happen in the transfer market."
Meanwhile, Galliani has denied recent reports that the club are in talks with City star Carlos Tevez.
"There are no negotiations with Tevez," he added.
Galliani said Kevin-Prince Boateng has not requested a transfer, "Boateng did not ask to be sold."
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez expects to receive in excess of €30 million for 25-year-old Gonzalo Higuain - or "don't bother showing up."
Juve, the current Italian champions are reportedly interested in hiring the striker with club officials reportedly preparing to offer a €22m bid.
Summer transfers are underway in the Italian Serie A League. Here is a list of transfers to date.
- Cristian Zapata, Defender, Colombia, to AC Milan, from Villarreal, 5 million
- Sebastian Leto, Attacker, Argentina, to Catania, from Panathinaikos, Free
- Oleksandr Iakovenko, Attacker, Ukraine, to Fiorentina, from Anderlecht, Free
- Marcos Alonso, Defender, Spain, to Fiorentina, from Bolton, Free
- Ruben Botta, Midfielder, Argentina, to Inter Milan, from Tigre, Free
- Diego Laxalt, Midfielder, Uruguay, to Inter Milan, from Defensor Sporting, 2.3 million
- Hugo Campagnaro, Defender, Argentina, to Inter Milan, from Napoli, Free
- Fernando Llorente, Attacker, Spain, to Juventus, from Athletic Bilbao, Free
- Daniele Padelli, Goalkeeper, Italy, to Torino, from Udinese, undisclosed
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