CM: Milan will only consider offers of €50m+ for striker amid Everton and Wolves interest

By Isak Möller -

Rafael Leao got back on the scoresheet last night and broke a goal drought that had lasted since January 9, when he scored against Benevento. Milan are delighted with this and also totally convinced by his qualities. 

As reported by Calciomercato.com, the Rossoneri paid €28m to Lille for the Portuguese youngster and two years later, they believe that made a smart investment. Leao has great talent and it seems it’s only a matter of time before his breakthrough.

Milan’s confidence is total and their position with regards to the market is clear: Leao is not for sale. Only an offer exceeding €50m could change the plans of the technical and managerial department, who all want to keep the player.

Per the report, Everton and Wolves probed the ground in the past without success, while there has also been talk about Juventus. The Bianconeri kept a close eye on the winger when he was at Sporting, but their stance now is unknown.

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Tags AC Milan Everton Juventus Rafael Leao Wolves

1 Comment

  1. Ahmed Mohammed says:

    Quick action the management should renew his contract and put an abnormal buy-out clause and not to him alone at least to all those that qualifies or fit in the future plans get them to sign more than 5 years contract.

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