Franck Kessie is set to reject a move to Wolves despite reports that the Premier League side have agreed a fee with AC Milan, it is claimed.
The Ivorian’s future has been the subject of intense scrutiny recently, amid suggestions that the Rossoneri could sell him to raise funds for the mercato.
An update arrived yesterday from Carlo Pellegatti during which he stated ‘multiple English clubs’ are indeed interested in the 22-year-old.
Then, Sportitalia went big earlier on Thursday by suggesting that Wolves have struck a deal with Milan worth €25m plus €3m in bonuses, with just personal terms still to be agreed.
Calciomercato.com‘s Daniele Longo provides an update on negotiations by claiming that the actual offer on the table is €30million, a figure which Milan would gladly accept.
However, the problem is with the player, as he does not want to move to Molineux. The will of the player is described as ‘clear’, and it is hinted that any deal now remains highly doubtful.
🚨 Il #Wolverhampton ha presentato offerta al #Milan da 30 milioni (da capire i bonus) per #Kessie. I rossoneri hanno aperto alla cessione, ma il centrocampista ivoriano vuole rimanere. C'è tempo fino alle sei, ma la volontà dell'ex Atalanta sembra piuttosto chiara.
— Daniele Longo (@86_longo) August 8, 2019