CM: Milan aiming to raise €6m and save on salary with double January exit

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are expected to say goodbye to two players in January who are not part of the plans, according to one journalist.

Calciomercato.com journalist Daniele Longo spoke to Football Italia about the Rossoneri’s potential outgoings in the January window after talking about how they are looking to strengthen the squad in a couple of key areas with signings.

He remarks that Samu Castillejo and Milan ‘have broken up but are still living together’ even though the Spaniard has always maintained a professional attitude by being the first to arrive for training sessions and the last to leave.

Milan have made their decision on ‘technical issues’ and the winger will leave in January, with Getafe currently ahead of fellow LaLiga sides Elche and Real Sociedad in the race to sign him, with the Rossoneri asking for €6m.

Andrea Conti is another who should depart soon. His contract expires nexy summer and in January Milan could even let him go for free to save on his wages, with admirers in Italy and Turkey.


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