AC Milan have begun their summer overhaul under the new ownership and have already signed 10 new players.
The Rossoneri have addressed key needs in midfield by acquiring a new Rgista in Lucas Biglia, a box-to-box man in Franck Kessié and a creative force in Hakan Calhanoglu.
All this means that some of the current midfielders are surplus to requirements and are set to leave the club.
Calciomercato.com’s AC Milan reporter Daniele Longo has learned José Sosa could be leaving the cub in the summer, although the Argentine playmaker wants to stay at the San Siro until his current deal expires.
Argentina side Boca Juniors are interested in signing the former Besiktas man, but Milan only want to sell him on a permanent deal and Boca are not willing to offer big money for the 30-year-old.
If Sosa decides to stay at the club, AC Milan could loan out Manuel Locatelli instead. Torino want to sign the Italian teenager on loan and the two parties could meet in the coming hours to discuss the player’s potential transfer.
As for Riccardo Montolivo, the player is clearly not happy about his status at AC Milan but is not expected to push to leave the club.
Meanwhile, José Mauri can leave on loan or on a permanent deal, with Roberto Donadoni’s Bologna are interested in the Argentinean.