AC Milan have not given up on signing Wolfsburg striker Edin Dzeko, despite the German club's point blank refusal to part with the Bosnian striker. Dzeko is the Rossoneri's primary target, and failure to sign him will once again incur the wrath of Milan's fans who are still seething after Kaka's departure. With Tottenham, Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal said to have registered an interest in the Bosnian, who scored 26 Bundesliga goals last season, Milan have a fight on their hands to get their man. Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani told the Italian press, "Wolfsburg have declared the player is not for sale, but we will try again because he is our top aim, without a doubt."
12 June 2009
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