AC Milan would have had to pay €25million to sign a Sassuolo star in January, according to a report.
It was reported that Rossoneri’s sporting director, Leonardo, carried out serious attempts to sign Stefano Sensi last month, but in the end failed to get a deal over the line.
Calciomercato.com claims that during the last few days of the winter mercato, the management of Sassuolo informed Milan of the price tag that could soon rise.
To date, Sensi is valued at €25m, while the operation could be decreased in terms of the fee as the Neroverdi like Milan’s Alessandro Plizzari.
Leonardo could launch a fresh assault in June and may be able to lower the asking price by including players in the deal. By the looks of it, Sensi has already accepted a potential move, as well.