CM: Milan aiming to push through at least three sales as four signings could arrive

By Oliver Fisher -

The Milan management are not just working on signings but also potential sales, with three players in particular facing uncertain futures.

Calciomercato.com writes that Milan will welcome the signing of Alessandro Florenzi in the next few hours, have taken important steps to bring Tiemoue Bakayoko back and have targeted Pietro Pellegri and Yacine Adli as further reinforcements.

However, Massara and Maldini are also planning the sales of at least three players. The first to say goodbye to the group should be Tommaso Pobega as Milan have reached a total agreement with Torino for a paid dry loan. The Rossoneri believe in the quality of the player, hence why no option to buy was ever considered.

Andrea Conti has just one year on his contract and is destined to say goodbye on a permanent deal with Cagliari interested and currently on pole over Sampdoria and Genoa. Attention should also be paid to Rade Krunic’s situation, as Bakayoko and Adli’s arrivals could push the Bosnian international out of the door.


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Tags AC Milan Andrea Conti Rade Krunic Tommaso Pobega

2 Comments

  1. I am Forzza says:

    Rade Krunic is an offensive midfielder, which Bakayoko is not, and Adli is a young midfielder. Krunic is very important to Piola in a difficult season because Milan will play in the Champions League and the Italian Cup in addition to Serie A, and therefore every fresh player like Krunic is needed, who can play in many positions.

  2. Aaditya Verma says:

    sell castilejjo and conti krunic would stay this season as if unluckily both attacking midfielders get injured then krunic can be an option to consider.

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