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AC Milan: Mario Balotelli will stay

AC Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has said Mario Balotelli is "99.9 percent" certain to stay at the club but refused to rule out a move for Arsenal striker Joel Campbell.

Tuttosport reported on Friday that Milan have been tracking Costa Rica international Campbell for several weeks and suggests Balotelli, who has been regularly linked with the Gunners, could be offered in a part-exchange deal.

However, Galliani -- who recently denied that Arsenal had made a bid for Balotelli -- played down the rumours.

"He has not asked for a transfer. He will stay at Milan. There is no such thing as 100 percent certainty in the transfer market, but you can be 99.9 percent certain," he is quoted as saying by La Gazzetta dello Sport, although the paper notes that Galliani had also insisted Kaka was "99.9 percent" likely to stay shortly before his Orlando City move.

Galliani did admit, though, that new coach Filippo Inzaghi may hold an interest in Campbell, along with Torino's Alessio Cerci.

"They, like many other players, have characteristics that are pleasing to our coach," he said.

Galliani also said he is confident that the club will find a buyer for Robinho.

The Brazilian has been in negotiations to join Kaka at Orlando City but talks appear to have stalled.

"There are some offers and others will arrive on Monday," Galliani said. "We believe we can find a solution."

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