Fiorentina are ready to sell Alberto Gilardino, Juan Manuel Vargas and Ricardo Montolivo in the summer, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Fiorentina sporting director Pantaleo Corvino admits the club are planning major changes in the summer.
“The cycle started in 2005, which saw us become protagonists in Italy and in Europe is over,” Corvino was quoted as sayong.
“Now we would like to start another one.”
Alberto Gilardino has a long list of suitors which include Juventus, Lyon and Marseille, with Viola hoping to get somewhere between €12 million and €15 million for the striker.
Fiorentina chiefs are aware that Juan Manuel Vargas is also set to leave, amidst interest from a host of Premier League clubs and they hope to get around €10 million for the Peruvian.
Italy international Ricardo Montolivo has yet to sign a new contract at Artemio Franchi and after his agent recently encouraged interested clubs to contact Fiorentina, the midfielder could be the third key player in the team to leave the club when the season ends.
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