Diego Laxalt will be one of the first to leave Milan this summer, having just returned from his season-long loan spell at Celtic. In fact, the Rossoneri have reached an agreement for his departure, a report claims.
According to Daniele Longo, Milan have reached an agreement with Dynamo Moscow for the permanent transfer of Laxalt. The Russian side will pay around €4m for the services of the Uruguayan, who did well at Celtic.
— Daniele Longo (@86_longo) June 12, 2021
This also means that the Rossoneri will avoid a capital loss, which is a success although signing him in the first place was evidently not a good decision. In any case, it’s cash that Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara will be able to use elsewhere this summer.
Among other things, they are looking to bring in a new left-back that can act as the deputy for Theo Hernandez. Laxalt was deemed not good enough by the club and that is why his departure materialised so quickly.