Milan vice president Adriano Galliani has revealed Andrea Pirlo is no longer one of his untouchables as he admits a mega money offer could see the player being sold to the highest bidder.
The Italian international has been hotly linked with a move to Chelsea, where he would join up with former coach Carlo Ancelotti. Pirlo has stayed quiet over his future, claiming it was with Milan on Monday. His agent Tulio Tinti then claimed his client would respect his contract at the club.
However, Galliani's words as he made his way into the Lega Calcio offices suggests otherwise.
"Pirlo is not for sale, but that could change depending on the size of an offer," the chief told Sky Sport Italia.
Galliani was in no mood to elaborate further. However, the chief also hinted that he has not received any offers from the clubs which have been reportedly interested in him.
The chief also revealed he rejected an offer for Alexandre Pato. Galliani went onto claim Pato would be rewarded with a new deal. Dzeko is still on the club's radar and Galliani confirmed it to reporters, according to Sky Sport Italia.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com