According to sources, CSKA Moscow is willing to agree with Milan's offer to recruit Nikola Vlasic as a loanee with an option to purchase, but they want €30 million.
CSKA Moscow only intended to let him go on a permanent basis; thus, the creative midfielder was widely linked with a move to San Siro.
That has now altered, according to Tuttosport, with the Russian club willing to discuss a loan with a purchase option after the season ended.
Although the Rossoneri still favors a buy option, they are now willing to extend the payment over more than one season.
The fee continues to be a problem, with Milan reportedly proposing €25 million, despite his contract's €30 million release clause.
Vlasic, who turns 24 in October, joined CSKA Moscow for €15.7 million in 2019, after spending the previous season on loan in Russia.
In 34 competitive outings for CSKA last season, the Croatian international scored 12 goals and added six assists.
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