The AC Milan vice president Adriano Galliani has said that the club are extremely confident that they can tie up the deal to bring the former Barcelona striker Bojan Krkic to the San Siro. The player arrived in Italy for around € 12 million last summer, but he has been a major disappointment.

However, AC Milan are looking to sign a new striker following the departures of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Filippo Inzaghi. They have said that Bojan Krkic is a player who interests them a lot due to his wide array of talents. It is expected that AC Milan will be looking to sign the player on a loan deal initially, which would then be made permanent.

Roma will have to pay around € 28 million to Barcelona if they decide to retain the services of Bojan Krkic. It is expected that the Italian club will be doing the same if he has a successful loan spell with AC Milan. The Spaniard is expected to get a number of first-team opportunities unlike at Roma in his first season due to the lack of recognised strikers at AC Milan. Only Robinho and Alexandre Pato are the two main strikers at the club.

"Bojan is a player Allegri likes. Things are moving forward. The talks are going well. Hopefully, we should complete the deal today," said the AC Milan vice president in response to the rumours surrounding Bojan Krkic. He, however, has ruled out the possibility of the former star midfielder Kaka returning to the club. The Brazil international is regarded as one of the best players in the world, but he has not been at his best in the last three seasons since moving to Real Madrid for £ 64 million. Galliani, though, has said that Kaka is always welcome at AC Milan.