AC Milan are considering a summer move for Sassuolo winger Domenico Berardi to reinforce the right side of the attack, but at the moment things are not advanced.
MilanNews are reporting that the 27-year-old from Sassuolo was open to joining the Rossoneri last summer but the price set by the Neroverdi meant that a negotiation could not even begin. Today though their CEO Giovanni Carnevali relaunched the idea: “Berardi would be perfect for Milan: if I were the CEO of a top Italian club, he is the first player I would take.”
The report adds that Milan are admirers of the player but would only make a concrete move under certain conditions. It goes without saying that the Rossoneri are hunting for players who came through academies in Italy for the squad list.
However, the operation could only take place affordable figures, or with the use of particular formulas such as the one that facilitated the transfer of Manuel Locatelli to Juventus. If Sassuolo’s requests remain around €30m, Milan will go to other targets.