Parma chief executive Pietro Leonardi told reporters at Goal.com that if AC Milan want to sign Argentinean defender Gabriel Paletta, they will need to make an offer of €35 million to secure the signing.

“Whoever wants to sign Paletta has to pay €35m. There are no negotiations about that,” Leonardi told Goal.com.

The Serie A outfit signed the former Liverpool defender from Argentine club Boca Juniors in 2010, and he instantly became a member of the starting eleven. Paletta has since become a mainstay in the Parma eleven, and if Milan want him, Leonardi will make them pay a hefty price.

Parma have already added AC Milan striker Antonio Cassano, and are reportedly not interested in any other Milan player in a possible Paletta deal, making any potential Paletta switch to the Serie A giant an expensive one.

The Serie A club have also issued a hands-off-warning for winger Johnathan Biabiany, who Juventus had enquired about recently, but the Italian club has no interest in letting the winger leave right now.

“Parma are not in the habit of selling its best players. And Biabiany is one of Parma’s best players,” continued Leonardi to reporters according to Goal.com.