CM: Milan awaiting new bid for Castillejo as Massara rejects current terms of deal

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are expecting a new offer from CSKA Moscow for winger Samu Castillejo but it must be a more convenient formula, a report claims.

Calciomercato.com writes that Castillejo’s future is uncertain at present because he became a third choice on the right wing for Stefano Pioli with the arrival of Junior Messias on deadline, and was even excluded from Milan’s Champions League squad.

In the last few hours there have been new contacts with CSKA Moscow over a potential deal and the Russian Premier League side are interested in the signing the Spaniard, but an agreement cannot yet be considered close.

CSKA want a dry loan for Castillejo thus postponing any discussion on a possible permanent purchase until next summer. Under these conditions sporting director Frederic Massara will not let Castillejo leave, but given that the transfer market in Russia closes tomorrow, the management expect a new bid from the Muscovites.


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5 Comments

  1. Martin Bernhard says:

    In my view it would make more sense selling him to a portugese team because he would be closer to spain and to my knowledge their transfer window lasts untill september 10th something so wouldnt really be too surprised if he ends up in that league instead oif the russian one.

    1. Martin Bernhard says:

      september 20th or something

    2. Juro says:

      In order to sell someone has to be willing to buy lol and no Portuguese club has made any offer…so we should get rid of him so we can make another attempt at Faivre in January

    3. Juro says:

      In order to sell someone has to be willing to buy lol and no Portuguese club has made any offers…so we should get rid of him so we can make another attempt at Faivre in January

      1. Martin Bernhard says:

        Ofcourse there has to be interest and i never said the opposite but i think he would do better in portugal but overall as long as he leaves i’ll accept whatever transfer that might arrive and hope he does as well.

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