AC Milan are ready to go back in for Amine Adli as Toulouse failed to gain promotion back to Ligue 1, and their president has given the Rossoneri hope.
Calciomercato.com writes that Adli is a player that Milan like and one who could very well move on from the Ligue 2 side this summer after they lost a promotion play-off against Nantes. To admit so is the president of Toulouse – Damien Comolli – who in an interview with La Dépêche du Midi took stock of the situation of the winger.
“In terms of requests, it is difficult to keep the young players and even more so when you do not go up to Ligue 1. Everyone in the group has received an offer to extend their contract, none excluded,” he said.
“As for Adli, I must have had at least 10 to 12 meetings with him to talk about his contract. To date he has not renewed, I don’t know what will happen. I haven’t had any discussions with any club. This is the situation.”
The Rossoneri have heard these words loud and clear, and now they are preparing to have new contacts for Adli, a profile promoted by the scouting department and considered one of the most suitable profiles to strengthen the attacking group.
He would be ideal for Elliott Management’s project too as he is young, full of potential and within the cost parameters set, with a valuation of around €10m. Before sealing the signing, however, Milan must also think about sales and in particular that of Samu Castillejo. Not only that, but in addition to Maldini and Massara’s interest there is that of Marseille and above all Bayer Leverkusen.