Sky Italia via MilanLive.it are reporting that AC Milan have put their talks with CSKA Moscow on hold over attacking midfielder Nikola Vlasic. The talks will be on hold for two weeks as the Rossoneri explore other options and take time to digest the requests of CSKA Moscow.
Carlo Pellegatti on his Youtube Channel via MilanNews.it is reporting that Vlasic wants the move but CSKA Moscow have no interest in the 5 million euros loan with the 20 million option to buy which would be an obligation if the Rossoneri qualify for the UCL. CSKA Moscow want Milan to pay at least 30 million euros up front for the attacking midfielder.
CSKA Moscow on their Twitter page are reporting that Vlasic returned to training today after multiple reports indicated that he had missed training a number of times this past week. This is a bid to make the situation work for them but the player continues to interact with the Rossoneri on social media signalling something there.