While the fall-out continues after AC Milan’s latest defeat against Spezia, it seems things are moving ahead of the summer transfer window.
According to Calciomercato.com, Daichi Kamada is more than an idea for Milan and the Rossoneri management are continuing contacts with the entourage of the Japanese attacking midfielder, who will leave Eintracht Frankfurt on a free transfer.
There have been steps forward too as a verbal agreement has been reached over a contract worth €3m net per season, which puts Milan in pole position to land the 26-year-old.
He is a profile that Ricky Massara wants above all but he is also appreciated by Paolo Maldini, and from an economic point of view there are no obstacles, but there are reflections being made regarding the department.
The future of Brahim Diaz must be deciphered because he has the possibility of returning to Real Madrid at the end of the season. Both are attacking midfielders, while for the Spaniard a major investment is needed in order to sign him permanently.
Milan have competition to sign Kamada with Napoli, Borussia Dortmund, Benfica, Newcastle United and Atletico Madrid all keen. However, the player wants to wear the Milan shirt and this gives them the advantage.