AC Milan will look towards raising funds in January by selling unwanted players, a report claims, with everyone bar two players at risk.
With the signing of Zlatan Ibrahimovic almost completed pending a medical, Calciomercato.com claims that Jean-Clair Todibo is now the main priority in terms of next signing. There is still a distance between Milan’s offer and Barcelona’s demands, but both parties hope that can be closed in the coming days or weeks.
The outlet adds that except for Gianluigi Donnarumma and captain Alessio Romagnoli, Milan does not label anyone as unsellable, and that anyone else could leave if the right offer arrives.
Krzysztof Piatek is a big contender to leave having netted just once in open play all season. The player is unwilling to return to Genoa, while Fiorentina are also interested, but Milan are waiting for offers from Germany and England.
Another January signing who could leave is Lucas Paqueta, the report claims was part of a double swoop involving Piatek for a total of €70million. PSG’s interest in the Brazilian is strong, but Leonardo will not pay above €20m, while the Rossoneri are demanding double that.
Another name is Franck Kessie: there are several English clubs on him, but Milan asks for at least €28-30million. West Ham and Wolves have been linked.