A few days ago, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said that when a club show interest in a Bayern Munich player, they must be ready to pay the appropriate fee to sign him.
The CEO of the Bavarian club was referring to AC Milan, and their interest in Renato Sanches, who looks set to leave the Allianz Arena this summer, having enjoyed very little game time last season.
Now, it was Milan’s turn to verify that in the young Portuguese’s case, they are simply unwilling to pay what Bayern are asking.
At this moment there are no negotiations. Our rapport with Rummenigge is very good. We’ve discussed the situation a couple of times, but at this moment they have a valuation of the player that we are not prepared to match
AC Milan CEO Marco Fassone told Sky Sport Italia, leaving though a window open, just in case Bayern are still left with the player by the end of August, and he’s still on the market.
If the situation changes in August, then we are here
Fassone said. As for Carlos Bacca, the Milan CEO denied that he is about to get transferred to Marseille, saying that at the moment, the club have no official offer in their hands for the Colombian striker.