AC Milan are set to redeem Alessandro Florenzi and Junior Messias from Roma and Crotone respectively. Agreements have been reached on the figures and the countdown has begun, a report claims.
Both ended up playing a rather important role for Milan this past season, albeit with ups and downs, and it’s not surprising that the Rossoneri want to keep them. Especially at the figures that these deals are worth.
According to Calciomercato.com, Milan will pay €2.7m to Roma for the redemption of Florenzi and they will pay €4.5m to Crotone for Messias. That makes for a total of €7.2m and a substantial discount overall, which is great work by Maldini and Massara.
It might not be the flashiest of signings (which is to come this summer), but still two important ones for Milan. It will be necessary to have depth next season, especially given the Rossoneri’s aim to go further in the Champions League.