AC Milan would consider selling midfielder Franck Kessie this summer if the right offer were to arrive, according to a report.
Back in January Milan evaluated the idea of parting ways with Kessie, setting a price tag of €25m. As our correspondent Vito Angele reported back then, Arsenal, Newcastle, West Ham and Wolves all kept tabs on the Ivorian.
Meanwhile, Tuttosport recently reported that Kessie could be one of the players that the Rossoneri could ‘sacrifice’ in the summer as they are looking to gain money for other operations on the transfer market.
According to the latest from Calciomercato.com, Milan have set a rough asking price of sorts for Kessie, who continues to be linked with both West Ham and Wolves.
The outlet claims that if a bid of around €25million were to be tabled then Milan would strongly consider parting ways with the 22-year-old, who has struggled for consistency this season despite being an established starter for the most part.