Mauro Tassotti has revealed Milan's admiration for Inter striker Mario Balotelli, but signing him represents a pandoras box of dreams with both Manchester City and Manchester United at war for the Italian.
"Balotelli? Who wouldn't want him...?" Tassotti, Milan's assistant coach, asked La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Speculation over Balotelli has become inflated to the point of bursting alongside the baloon of enthusiasm.
Balotelli's agent Mino Raiola has suggested a united and disunited relationship between club and player, dividing reports between a stay and an exit.
La Gazzetta dello Sport are claiming Manchester United have joined neighbours City in the race by making a €30 million bid for the striker.
Sir Alex Ferguson's response came after City had reportedly made a €25m offer - confirmed by Raiola, but figures were not specified.
Closer to home, Tassotti said Ronaldinho, linked with Palmeiras and Los Angeles Galaxy, is being pulled towards a stay.
"The market? I think Ronaldinho and [Gennaro] Gattuso will stay," he concluded.
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