CM: Milan forced to abandon pursuit of Uruguay international as price tag rises to €27m

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan appear to have given up on any hopes of signing Matias Vina this summer due to the asking price set by Palmeiras, a report claims.

It has been well documented by various media outlets that Milan want to sign a new deputy to Theo Hernandez ahead of the 2021-22 season, with Diogo Dalot’s loan set to expire and widespread rumours Diego Laxalt will also look to move on three years after joining.

According to Calciomercato.com, Milan had tried to sign Uruguayan full-back Vina both in January and last summer as he is a profile that sporting director Ricky Massara likes very much. However, he is now unattainable as a target because Palmeiras have set an asking price of €27m for the 23-year-old, given just how important he has become for them.

Vina amassed one goal and two assists in 23 appearances in the league for the Brazilian side last season.

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  1. Joe Helmy says:

    Move to Mykolenko

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