AS: Bayern Munich and PSG balk at Theo Hernandez’s price tag – the details

By Euan Burns -

Both Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain have been put off the idea of signing Theo Hernandez due to the price tag that Milan are demanding for him this summer. 

As reported by AS in Spain (via Milan News), the two European giants do not think that Hernandez is worth the €80-100m that Milan are asking for.

Given there seems to less avenues available to Hernandez for a summer transfer right now, he is now waiting for the club to make him an appropriate contract offer so that the player can focus on his football.

There will not be any concrete movement until Hernandez has returned from Euro 2024 where he is playing for France, having impressed in the opening game for Les Bleus against France.

His deal with Milan will expire in 2026 so Milan need to act quickly if they want to protect the value of one of the best players in the squad.

The suggestion is that Hernandez does want to stay at Milan as long as the right offer is made, but he is prepared to move away if that is what is needed. Bayern Munich could be more of an option if Alphonso Davies leaves for Real Madrid.

Tags AC Milan Bayern Munich PSG Theo Hernandez

25 Comments

  1. Not sure what there is to balk at. Easily the best player in his position in the world. How much are they asking for Davies? Enough said… Hope we get his renewal sorted out after the EURO’s.

    FORZA Theo!

    1. I’m much more concerned about what Théo thinks of the actual ambitions of the club. In one year we went from UCL semi-finals and the firing of Maldini who was vocal about the ambitions for the team to our policy of trading, recruiting young players, hiring Fonseca and aiming for top 4… And Giroud is gone, Mike doesn’t seem locked either and our mercato hasn’t started yet.

        1. I don’t think he goes this summer, largely because a correct offer won’t arrive, not because Redbird don’t want to sell. I don’t see city making huge offers given their current situation, Bayern I think will recruit from within the bundesliga, they allegedly offered 30m for Davies and have been sniffing around Levi Colwill. Madrid are different cos the rules don’t seem to apply

      1. Absolutely. Theo is the only Milan player from the last 15 years who would actually get in out great side of the 2000s. When Maldini moved to CB we had Kaladze at LB Theo is better than Kaladze was…people don’t realise how good he is and how important he is to this team

          1. Hmmmmm not sure If there’s sarcasm there. He was good, and that goal against Sevilla in the 2007 European super cup was outstanding. Theo is better though

  2. 80-90 then he can go we can replace him easy so many better players are around leao and reijnders that two are untouchable all other players can be replaced

          1. He is far better than theo theo has one trick running the ball forward with no good crossing theo also isn’t good passer theo also isn’t affective player in 10 games he shine 2 or 3 mostly he is shadow I’m talking about goal scoring and assisting

    1. You have zero knowledge of football if you think Theo is replacible and Leao and Reijnders aren’t lol. It’s the complete opposite it’s much easier to replace Reijnders or Leao compared to Theo. Just by watching the Portugal game and the France game you should know who is replacible and who’s not.

  3. Looking at the offensive part of the game, theo is one of the best defenders in the world. If you look at the defensive part of the duties on the field, then there are probably better ones than him! In any case, a man deserves a higher salary than what he receives. The only question is how a team that has a max cap of 5 million for most players can keep people like Theo, Leao or Mike !?

    1. We can’t and that’s the reason RedTurd do it. They
      Don’t want elite players, they want to sign low and sell high. By not offering salaries on par with their contemporaries in the game the exit door is always open and the offers always welcome

    2. Man lateral back is one of the toughest positions to play in the modern game. You have the offensive duties and you also have to come back down to defend. There is no one currently matching the level of stamina of Théo and how he masters the offensive component of the position. Defensively he improved a lot these past years and you can bet he will continue as defense is mostly based on experience.

      He’s really impressive, especially when you consider that he’s never injured and plays 90 minutes all the time. Deschamps said that he would rest Théo and Giroud as they were in Australia but in the end Théo started the friendly before the Euro and the game yesterday. This guy is supernatural and I think his inconsistency sometimes comes from the fact that he never rests. One of the best players in the world right now.

  4. He will stay. He likes Milan, both the club and the city, his salary request is reasonable and we have more than enough money.

    1. If we really want to keep our key players we should be naming obscene amounts for their transfers.its a nice way of telling ppl fck off. The deal should never be an appropriate value. If he’s worth 70-100m then we should be selling for 120-150. Otherwise other teams can go kick rocks. That is, if we’re serious about keeping our star players

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