AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie is still attracting interest from both the Premier League and France amid doubts over his future, a report claims.
We reported two weeks ago that the Rossoneri are ready to allow Kessie to leave if their asking price is met, as his agent had been told during a meeting that his client is no longer considered fundamental to the project.
According to Calciomercato.com, Kessie is no longer considered unsellable by the Milan hierarchy due to a combination of unconvincing performances and off-field situations, such as being late to training and using his phone in the dressing room.
Several clubs remain vigilant over the Ivorian: Wolverhampton’s interest is no secret and has been going on for months, while their Premier League counterparts West Ham are also in the running, as well as Monaco.
In order not to record a loss, the Rossoneri have to sell for at least €9million (due to amortisation of payments) but from Casa Milan they ask for at least €25million, the report concludes.