Milan stand firm on Silva
AC Milan will resist all offers from Paris Saint-Germain for defender Thiago Silva, according to club vice-president Adriano Galliani.
Galliani returned to Italy on Wednesday night after spending two days in Paris locked in talks with PSG executives over the possible sale of the Brazil international to the Ligue 1 side. "(AC Milan owner Silvio) Berlusconi intends to resist all offers from PSG for Thiago Silva," Galliani told Sky Italia. PSG sporting director Leonardo is still confident of coming to an agreement, despite having a bid worth 50million euros rejected. "There is no agreement. Many details have not been defined but this is normal considering the type of deal we are talking about," said Leonardo, who coached Silva at Milan. "We will wait and see but I don't think the negotiations will take very long." Silva joined Milan in December 2008 from Fluminense and is contracted to the club until June 2016.