Outgoing Real Madrid full-back Marcelo has reportedly been offered a deal by Serie A side AC Milan, but the Brazilian may not be keen on a move to the San Siro, reports suggest.

According to Spanish sports daily Diario AS, there a number of teams interested in getting the signature of Marcelo, but AC Milan are the only club thus far to have submitted a proposal for the 34-year-old from Brazil.

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As per AS, the Rossoneri have presented Marcelo with a deal that would see the Brazilian earn a guaranteed €3 million per year in net earnings.

However, the publication also reports that Marcelo is not keen on a move to San Siro as a paycheck of €3 million per year is half of what he earned at Madrid.

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The report adds that Milan are keen on getting the 34-year-old veteran to Italy this year, and may also considering improving their offer for Marcelo, although no particular figure has been mentioned.

That being said, it is understood that Milan have to take a decision quickly on the Brazilian, with Ligue 1 side Marseille also reportedly very keen on acquiring Marcelo from Madrid.

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The Brazilian joined Real Madrid in the 2006/07 season, but never made the regular starting XI till the 2009/10 season. When he begin starting games for Madrid, Marcelo proved to be a monster and a serial winner, and has six La Liga titles, five UEFA Champions League titles, four FIFA Club World Cup titles, three UEFA Super Cup titles, and two Copa del Rey titles to his name, among myriad other trophies.

When he announced his departure from Madrid, Marcelo became the most decorated player in the history of the club, with a whopping 25 titles to his name.