CM: Flexibility, Technical ability, and potential – Milan’s plan for Jimenez’s future

By Ben Dixon -

After reports earlier today stated that AC Milan will make Alex Jimenez’s move permanent this summer, a report has emerged detailing the reasons for the move and what the future looks like for the young Spaniard.

Although his season ended by injury, he left a mark on Milan, and that is why they have been in talks with Real Madrid to make his loan move permanent. Today, reports suggest that the move will happen, and now, we must look to the future.

Jimenez is a key player for the Primavera squad that has talent across the pitch, and he has regularly shown that he is a level above his opponents. Expectedly, he has been rewarded for this on several occasions with chances to feature in the senior side, and the trend has continued there, with him impressing at this level also.

However, Milan are cautious about his future, and whilst he has proved he can play at a higher level than he might be doing right now, it does not mean he should. Therefore, have reported that his minutes will be shared between the first team and the Diavolo’s U23 team.

The belief around the club is that his potential is sky-high, and the plan is to nurture him further whilst giving him a clear pathway to first-team minutes rather than keeping him in the first-team environment with no fruits for his labour.

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  1. After his first touch control and run on his debut I accepted him. Great talent. I’m not sure he’s going to get as much chances as his development will require with the first team so may be ideal to leave him somewhere he’d play more regularly.If Fonseca feels he’s good enough to play more with the first team ,be it .Only wish Madrid are not having that uncomfortable clause as all his development could be of very little use to Milan damit! Don’t accept them sort clauses again.

  2. If he wa can keep him without a buyback clause, then go for it. Don’t just repeat Diaz and build up another player for madrid. We can’t keep losing players to stupid management choices on contracts

      1. Lolllll a bad take? Albania is one of the weaker teams out there. And everyone has lambasted on Italy. Even Spaletti said it wasn’t good enough.

        Italy is going to have a very short tournament if that “performance” is replicated. Spain won’t be so nice.

        Italy was just bad.

  3. If theo will leave milan this summer, alex can replace him.. milan tagline: buy cheapest, sold the most price. Good business

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