AC Milan’s latest offer for Luis Fabiano is a long way short of meeting the Sevilla striker’s release clause, according to the player's agent. The Brazilian front-man has netted 47 league goals in 105 la Liga outings since arriving from Porto in 2005, and had been interesting Manchester City, who have already signed Roque Santa Cruz, Carlos Tevez and Emmanuel Adebayor this summer. And having received more than £50 million from the sale of Kaka to Real Madrid, the Rossoneri are believed to have singled out the Samba striker - who has scored 22 times in 31 appearances for his country - as their No.1 transfer target, having failed to lure Wolfsburg goal-machine Edin Dzeko to Italy. Sevilla are thought to want €30 million euros for Fabiano's services, a fee the Italians are currently unwilling to meet. And the striker's agent has revealed that the San Siro giants' latest offer is not even half of what Sevilla are demanding. "Milan made a €14 million (£12m) offer, a figure that was not enough to acquire the striker," he said. "This figure undervalues the player and hence it cannot be accepted. Sevilla have every reason for not wanting to accept this offer. "We now await to see if Milan will make a second offer for Luis Fabiano. "But if Milan do not increase their bid it's clear that they are not interested in him." NEWS: Fabiano keen on San Siro switch
20 July 2009
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