AC Milan are keen on securing the services of Yunus Musah and after nearly reaching a total agreement with Valencia, they are now preparing a new offer. But only the bonuses will be increased, a report claims.
Daniele Longo revealed late last night that Milan more or less had an agreement with Valencia at €13m plus an additional €4m in bonuses. At the last second, though, the Spanish side tried to get more money and the talks were put on hold.
According to Daniele Longo for Calciomercato.com, Milan will meet with Valencia again and table a new offer. The base, which is €13m, will remain the same but Giorgio Furlani is expected to ‘significantly’ improve the bonuses.
Milan already have an agreement with the player on a four-year deal worth €2m per season. After Tijjani Reijnders, therefore, the Rossoneri are now focused on securing yet another player for the midfield.