AC Milan consider four players as unsellable this summer – but others could possibly be sacrificed to raise funds, according to a report.
It was announced on Wednesday that the Rossoneri have been referred to the UEFA Chamber of Arbitration, as the club has failed to meet the budget balance requirement over number of years.
The club, even through the words of Maldini, are calm on the matter – though it is still expected that Milan will face a sanction.
The result though is that Leonardo will have to work hard in order to build a team for the Champions League while staying within the boundaries of Financial Fair Play – something which could cause the Brazilian to sacrifice some big names.
According to Calciomercato.com, Spanish winger Suso is at risk of being sold this summer should a club activate his €40million release clause.
Their report claims that the likes of Hakan Calhanoglu, Diego Laxalt, Ivan Strinic, Fabio Borini and Samu Castillejo are also on the market – as well as Suso.
Meanwhile, there are four players reportedly considered absolutely unsellable by Milan – namely Gianluigi Donnarumma, Alessio Romagnoli, Lucas Paquetà and Krzysztof Piatek.
Franck Kessie on the other hand is not considering untouchable, but could leave if an adequate arrives amid reported interest from the Premier League.