AC Milan chief Adriano Galliani has claimed that Manchester City have quoted them €37 million for Mario Balotelli and that his side will consider a bid on Monday.
Balotelli's future at City is in doubt, as he has struggled for form this season while off-field problems have also put him in the spotlight.
City boss Roberto Mancini has insisted he has no desire to sell Balotelli, but it would appear the club have put a price on his head.
Quoted in Gazzetta dello Sport, Galliani said: “At the end of Friday, Manchester City still said €37 million. We will see on Monday. Under these conditions, he will remain at Manchester City.''
Balotelli's agent is reported to have been in talks with Milan, despite earlier quotes from Galliani insisting that only one negotiation (for Kaka) is open, and the Italy forward was an unused substitute in City's win over Fulham on Saturday.