AC Milan must find a solution for defender Andrea Conti after he returned from his loan spell with Parma, according to a report.
Calciomercato.com writes how after Parma’s failure to stay in Serie A, which stopped the obligation to buy set at €7m from being triggered, Conti will officially return to being a Rossoneri defender tomorrow.
However, his future will be far from Milanello as Pioli does not consider him part of the plans, why is Maldini and Massara are working to find him a new club. Conti Arrived in summer 2017 from Atalanta for €24m and his net value on the balance sheet will be equal to €4,840,000 this summer, which means that to avoid a capital loss Milan must sell him for at least €5m.
Genoa and Sampdoria are keen and have opened talks with his entourage, with Conti a specific request from Roberto D’Aversa, the next Sampdoria coach. There is still no official negotiation, but the idea of all the parties involved is to find a solution in a short time. A possible obstacle could be that Conti earns €2m net per season.