AC Milan currently have no plans to sell Theo Hernandez and would only remotely consider it if a huge offer arrives, a report claims.
As we head towards the business end of the season, there is no denying that Theo Hernandez has been one of AC Milan’s most consistently impressive performers.
He joined from Real Madrid in the summer for a fee widely reported to be €20million and given that he has already scored six goals in all competitions for the Rossoneri, that appears to be a bargain and a deal which Real Madrid regret.
According to what is being reported by Calciomercato.com, Milan risk losing their top players this summer due to a combination of the salary cap that they wish to impose (around €2.5m per player per year) and the chaos that is currently ensuing at management level.
In the last few days the idea of Theo Hernandez’s sale has also come forward in the media. The valuation of the Frenchman has more than doubled, but the Rossoneri will only actually consider selling if an offer defined as ‘scandalous’ arrives.
It is a figure which is difficult to quantify but which certainly should exceed €50million.