Alessandro Florenzi brought experience and quality to the right-back role whenever called upon by AC Milan coach Stefano Pioli. He was many times for the Rossoneri a pillar on the pitch when necessary thanks to his defensive contribution and also 2 goals scored in 24 Serie A appearances this season. The 31-year-old Italian player, formerly of Paris Saint-Germain proved his worth and the club management is pleased with his performances.
According to what is reported by Calciomercato.com, Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara are working with AS Roma to make the desire of Florenzi to stay at Milan become a reality. The Rossoneri want to keep the player and actually do have a buy-option set at 4.5 million euros. However, the red and black side of Milano are asking for a discount.
AC Milan and AS Roma have been in contacts for some time now and the initial offer was sent: 2.5 million euros. The Roman club's sporting director Tiago Pinto considers it too low. But, The agreement can be found by raising the proposal to 3 or 3.5 million euros.