AC Milan's hopes of signing Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor this summer appear to be fading after the two clubs failed to agree a fee.
The 24-year-old is one of the main targets of the Rossoneri, along with Barcelona's Samuel Eto'o, as the club look for a world-class frontman.
But AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has revealed the Italians are unwilling to match what Arsenal are demanding for the Togo international, with reports suggesting the Gunners want 45million euros (£36million).
'I have had contact with (Arsenal manager Arsene) Wenger and right now we are divided on an important difference in terms of value of the player,' Galliani said.
Of his two striking targets, he added: 'They are both great forwards. But they could both remain where they are.'