AC Milan are ‘willing to sell Ronaldinho’ for £6.8m

Serie A leaders say 30-year-old Brazilian playmaker will not be sold for less than their valuation

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Ronaldinho has six months left on his contract with AC Milan

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Serie A leaders AC Milan are prepared to sell Brazilian playmaker Ronaldinho for £6.8m, the club’s vice president has revealed.

The 30-year-old former European Footballer of the Year has six months remaining on his current contract with the Italian table-toppers and has attracted interest from his old club Paris St Germain and Brazilian side Gremio .

Gremio had been confident of being able to sign Ronaldinho in January, but vice-president Adriano Galliani insisted the midfielder will not be sold for less than €8m (£6.8m) after discussions with the players’ agent.

“Whoever wants Ronaldinho has to pay eight million euros,” said Galliani this week.

AC Milan currently sit three points clear of second-placed Napoli at the top of the Serie A table and are 13 points ahead of city rivals and reigning champions Inter Milan.

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