CM: Milan eye January signing of expiring Marseille star amid AFCON concern

By Isak Möller -

At the start of next year, AC Milan will be without the likes of Franck Kessie and Ismael Bennacer for a few games due to the AFCONS. Therefore, the midfield might need reinforcement in the January window. 

As reported by, Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara know that the situation is far from ideal. Tiemoue Bakayoko and Sandro Tonali would be the only players left for the tandem, if you don’t count Rade Krunic.

In January, Milan will keep an eye out for opportunities and one of them could be Boubacar Kamara. The Frenchman’s contract will expire in the summer and he could leave Marseille in exchange for a small compensation.

It would be a smart investment as Kamara is just 21-year-old. He’s believed to have a great future ahead of him and if Milan can snatch him for a small compensation, it would be fantastic business.

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  1. We should agree 1 million loan deal for finish the season with an obligation to buy in the summer.They will accept that to avoid losing him for free.Kamara is very good..and can play DM and CDEF

    1. Moron…stupidest comment i ever read in the internet… his contract already expired in the summer.. and u suggest 1 million loan with an obligation to buy? LoL.. thanks for the big laugh..

      1. we are all Milan fans here no need to insult each other..…but ya no loan/obligation with an expiring contract. Just get him in January for a small fee or sign in January and he comes in June….but regardless sign this kid And do not let him get away…

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