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Luis Fabiano to Milan ?

Adriano Galliani confirms: "We target Luis Fabiano".
Galliani admitted luring Brazil international Fabiano to the San Siro will be no easy task, with the 28-year-old's buy-out clause set at 30million euros.

"Several million euros separate us from him,'' Galliani continued. "The difference is still there and there's little to say with the exception that we need to reach an agreement on the transfer figure.''

Fabiano, top goalscorer at the recent Confederations Cup in South Africa, is under contract at Sevilla for two further seasons.

Galliani confirmed that once Milan sign a striker, their summer transfer dealings will be completed. American defender Oguchi Onyewu has so far been the only new arrival at the club since the transfer window re-opened.

Personal information
Full name Luís Fabiano Clemente
Date of birth 8 November 1980 (1980-11-08) (age 28)
Place of birth Campinas, Brazil
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Playing position Striker
Club information
Current club Sevilla
Number 10

Senior career
1997–2000 Ponte Preta 012 0(3)
2000–2001 Stade Rennais 011 0(0)
2001–2004 São Paulo 084 (62)
2004–2005 Porto 022 0(3)
2005– Sevilla 105 (47)

National team
2003– Brazil 031 (22)

Club career

He enjoyed great success at Brazilian side São Paulo, with a disappointing spell at French side Rennes sandwiched in between.His strength on the ball, accurate finishing and pace made him a vital part of the side that fell in the semi-finals of the 2004 Copa Libertadores de América. Fabiano was labeled the 'bad boy' of Brazilian football when playing for São Paulo after a number of brawls. During a 2003 Copa Sudamericana match for São Paulo against River Plate of Argentina, a fight between the players broke out. Fabiano ran behind a River player and kicked him just below the neck. While being escorted off the field, Fabiano said that "he would rather attack an Argentine than take a penalty"He was given a three-match ban from all competitions.
Fabiano moved to Porto in 2004 for a reported €10 million. There, Fabiano reunited with his international teammate Diego, who he played with in Copa América 2004. However, he had a troublesome season, scoring only 3 goals in 22 matches. This led to Fabiano being transfered to La Liga side Sevilla.

On 10 May 2006, Fabiano scored a header during Sevilla's 4–0 victory over Middlesbrough in the UEFA Cup final. The success continued in the 2007–08 season, as Fabiano finished runner-up in the Pichichi Trophy with 24 goals, with 2 of them scored came from the penalty spot, second only to Dani Güiza with a total of 27 goals. This led to Fabiano being recalled to the Seleção. On November 29, Fabiano was sent off for an elbow foul on Barcelona's Sergi Busquets. He had to be restrained by the Sevilla staff. In 2009, Fabiano extended his contract with Sevilla to 2011.

On 4 July 2009, AC Milan made an official offer for the Brazilian according to the striker's agent and Fabiano has reportedly pleaded with his club Sevilla to allow him to make the switch to the San Siro.

International career
Fabiano made his début for Brazil on June 11, 2003 in a friendly match against Nigeria. He marked his international debut with a goal before being substituted. He was also included in Brazil's squad for 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup, but did not make any appearances.

He won the Copa América 2004 tournament with Brazil, where he started in all five matches alongside fellow striker, Adriano. However, due to his struggle in Europe with Porto and Sevilla, he did not make any international appearances for more than 3 years. He was finally recalled to the national team on November 2007 for a World Cup qualifying match. Since then, he earned a regular starting spot on Brazil's attack alongside Robinho. On November 19, 2008, Fabiano scored his first international hat-trick in a friendly match against Portugal in Brasília. The match ended in 6–2 to Brazil

On June 28, 2009, he scored two goals in the Confederations Cup final win against the United States.[8] He won the golden shoe as the tournament's top scorer with 5 goals.[9]