The Porto full-back is angry with the Rossoneri over his collapsed move to San Siro.
Porto left back Aly Cissokho has blasted Milan over his failed move to San Siro, claiming there is nothing wrong with his teeth, and that the Rossoneri called off the move due to monetary reasons.
Milan announced that they had signed the Frenchman last month, but then the transfer collapsed after the Italians claimed that they had found a problem with Cissokho’s teeth during his medical.
“I am fine and have no problem with my teeth, they are as perfect as always,” Cissokho roared in La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“I have never had a problem like this, just as I have never had muscular problems in recent years.
“I don’t know why Milan are saying these things, and I don’t like it. I only found out some time after the medical. I went to Senegal for 10 days and when I returned from holiday they told me there was a problem.
“I did two medicals – one for Milan and one for the Italian Federation – and nobody told me there was anything wrong. It’s just an excuse to stop the transfer.
“Now I am tired of this situation. I hear from one side that I’m going to Milan, then I’m staying at Porto, then leaving to go somewhere else. I want an answer.
“The real problem is not my teeth. In this whole affair the issue is money.”
Cissokho’s remarks are certain to annoy Milan fans, many of whom are becoming increasingly frustrated by the transfer movements of the club’s management.
There are now reports that Cissokho could instead move to Lyon as a replacement for the Juventus-bound Fabio Grosso.
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