AC Milan could be set for an overhaul at full-back in the summer as a Primavera product could be forced out of the exit door, a report claims.
Davide Calabria has lost his regular spot in the starting XI to Andrea Conti for the time being, and with the arrival of Alexis Saelemaekers in the January window, it is possible that Calabria could find himself third in the pecking order soon.
It was reported late last year by a number of outlet that the 23-year-old is not considered unsellable by Milan after his inconsistent form so far this season, with Sevilla apparently interested.
According to the latest report from Calciomercato.com, Calabria’s future with Milan is far from certain, as the full back is still considered sellable by the club’s hierarchy.
It is also worth noting that selling Calabria would allow Milan to make a pure capital gain due to the fact he is an academy product.