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"I can confirm that Chelsea declared their interest in Kaka," Galliani told Sky Sport Italia.

"But I told them that Milan were not interested in selling him and I stopped everything before they could make any offer.

"So, I don't know whether they would have offered £80million."

Meanwhile, Galliani has reiterated that Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor is Milan's primary summer transfer target.

Valuation

Galliani also remains interested in Barcelona playmaker Ronaldinho, but admits both moves will depend upon the players' valuation.

"At this moment we are on stand-by for both Adebayor and Ronaldinho," added Galliani in Corriere dello Sport.

"It will depend on the financial evaluations of Arsenal and Barcelona. Adebayor is first choice."

Galliani has also repeated that Milan could consider offering Andrei Shevchenko a way out of Chelsea.

"Should there be certain financial conditions, he (Shevchenko) would be welcomed."

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Milan want Drogba

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This is a transfer merry-go-round!

We want Kaka (apparently) and are willing to pay enough money where by Milan will be out of debt and can afford Adabayor & Ronaldinho (both of whom they want).

Milan don't want to sell Kaka - but have made Adabayor their first priority, want Ronaldinho, want Drogba and have also offered to take Sheva back if conditions are right.

We want a player (again, apparently, no one from Chelsea has confirmed it) and have the money to buy him. They want a few players and don't have the money to buy them.

Anyone think it will happen?

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"I can confirm that Chelsea declared their interest in Kaka," Galliani told Sky Sport Italia.

"But I told them that Milan were not interested in selling him and I stopped everything before they could make any offer.

"So, I don't know whether they would have offered £80million."

Meanwhile, Galliani has reiterated that Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor is Milan's primary summer transfer target.

Valuation

Galliani also remains interested in Barcelona playmaker Ronaldinho, but admits both moves will depend upon the players' valuation.

"At this moment we are on stand-by for both Adebayor and Ronaldinho," added Galliani in Corriere dello Sport.

"It will depend on the financial evaluations of Arsenal and Barcelona. Adebayor is first choice."

Galliani has also repeated that Milan could consider offering Andrei Shevchenko a way out of Chelsea.

"Should there be certain financial conditions, he (Shevchenko) would be welcomed."

sky sports

Milan want Drogba

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This is a transfer merry-go-round!

We want Kaka (apparently) and are willing to pay enough money where by Milan will be out of debt and can afford Adabayor & Ronaldinho (both of whom they want).

Milan don't want to sell Kaka - but have made Adabayor their first priority, want Ronaldinho, want Drogba and have also offered to take Sheva back if conditions are right.

We want a player (again, apparently, no one from Chelsea has confirmed it) and have the money to buy him. They want a few players and don't have the money to buy them.

Anyone think it will happen?

It is a merry-go-round for sure.. I don't think it will happen though. I think Kaká is someone they won't sell no matter what. They want Adebayor but maybe Arsene won't sell him.

I think Kaká will stay. If Adebayor don't leave then Drogba could go to Milan.

If Drogba goes Sheva wont go.

Milan really don't have any player outside Kaká and Pirlo who we would want/get so we'll have to see.

If Ronaldinho goes to Milan then Pirlo might be at our reach and if Pirlo comes we would sell Lampard to Inter.

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Galliani has also repeated that Milan could consider offering Andrei Shevchenko a way out of Chelsea.

"Should there be certain financial conditions, he (Shevchenko) would be welcomed."

---

This is a transfer merry-go-round!

We want Kaka (apparently) and are willing to pay enough money where by Milan will be out of debt and can afford Adabayor & Ronaldinho (both of whom they want).

Milan don't want to sell Kaka - but have made Adabayor their first priority, want Ronaldinho, want Drogba and have also offered to take Sheva back if conditions are right.

We want a player (again, apparently, no one from Chelsea has confirmed it) and have the money to buy him. They want a few players and don't have the money to buy them.

Anyone think it will happen?

What i think he means is that Milan would be willing to do us a favour by taking Sheva on loan from us as long as we pay over three quarters of his wages whilst he is out there.

Piss Off Milan - and take your corrupt, slapheaded, sick joke of a cabaret crooner owner with you.

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I am honestly sick of dealing with these chuckleheads. I used to be a big fan of Milan for their class and pedigree, but the way they are carrying on this summer is almost Madrid-levels of disgraceful.

Even leaving all the sh*t they have been stirring about us and Kaka alone for a moment, consider the Adebayor saga. Its like Galliani is giving a presser every damn hour to keep people updated on Adebayor's bowel movements. Then he comes with that bush BUSH league move reading a note Arsenal had faxed that claimed the club were now willing to send him. "They are stilling willing to discuss the player's transfer". Who the hell airs that out? I bet Wenger is totally fuming, especially considering Ade is likely going to still be a gooner next year, and now he knows the club wanted rid of him.

If I were on the Board at Arsenal, I would propose a transfer embargo on them. Its disgusting airing that kind of thing out. If you want the player, PAY THE BLOODY FEE ALREADY, even if it is 30 odd million. Nobody cares about your attention grabbing in the media and your bleating and moaning. Rafa, Calderon, that goes for you too!

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