AC Milan are considering the sale of centre-back Alessio Romagnoli and have even set an asking price, according to a report.
Calciomercato.com writes how Milan are seriously considering the sacrifice of their captain to finance some signings, something also influenced by the decision to sign Fikayo Tomori from Chelsea for €28m, who will be a guaranteed starter.
Milan have not yet presented a real formal offer to Mino Raiola to obtain the renewal of Romagnoli, whose current deal runs out in 2022, but the agent wants a pay rise on the current €3.5m net per season which is not in Milan’s plans.
The Rossoneri are willing to listen to any offers for the former Roma defender and Barcelona are looking at him as a potential replacement for Samuel Untiti and Clément Lenglet, who will leave at the end of the season.
Positive contacts between Mino Raiola and Joan Laporta have been recorded, while Milan would like to earn at least €15m from the sale of Romagnoli, though Junior Firpo could become part of the deal as Frederic Massara wants him to be Theo Hernandez’s deputy.