Reports from Calciomercato suggest that Genoa are not willing to send striker Krzysztof Piatek on an initial loan to AC Milan. AC Milan are reportedly very close to reaching an agreement on a permanent deal for the Polish striker as both clubs met yesterday.
According to Fabrizio Romano of Calciomercato, Milan wanted Piatek on an initial loan deal this month, but Genoa were not interested in such an offer.
Genoa want to sell Piatek, and the transfer fee has been set at €35 million, a fee that Milan are willing to pay to acquire the Polish striker.
However, regardless of the possible €35 million deal, Milan intend to add a player or two to the deal. One of the players that could be inserted in the deal is Alen Halilovic, whilst Andrea Bertolacci is another possibility.
Piatek is expected to put pen to paper on a 5-year contract which is worth €2 million per season, with the deal expected to be completed by Tuesday.