The up and down roller coaster known as the Mike Cameron trade negotiations have taken another turn, as talks have been revived between the two clubs, reports Bryan Hoch and Peter Abraham.

The clubs had reportedly been close to a deal on Wednesday/Thursday, but later in the day, the teams hit a roadblock. This came in the form of a request from the Yankees that the Brewers pay some of the $10 million dollars that Cameron is owed this season. If the reports are accurate, the Brewers were a little miffed, having just seen the Yankees dish out $161 million to acquire their former ace, CC Sabathia.

But, even later in the day, Joel Sherman of the Post says that the financial issues were cleared during a telephone conversation between Brian Cashman and Brewers GM Doug Melvin. So, the talks are back on again.