The negotiation between AC Milan and Juan Miranda is ‘proceeding quickly’, a report claims. The left-back could arrive already in January, offloading Theo Hernandez who has played almost every game this season.
After sending Fode Ballo-Toure to Fulham on deadline day in the summer, Milan didn’t have any time to bring in a replacement. Furthermore, they were fully focused on bringing in a striker, ultimately getting Luka Jovic who scored yesterday.
According to Calciomercato.com, the Rossoneri are now in talks with Real Betis left-back Miranda. His contract with the Spanish side will expire in the summer and Giorgio Furlani wants to anticipate the competition, making an offer already in January.
The negotiation between Milan and Miranda is ‘proceeding quickly’ based on a five-year contract worth €2m per year. For the transfer fee, the Rossoneri are willing to put €3m on the table and although it’s low for a player of the 23-year-old’s calibre, it could be accepted.
It would be nice for Hernandez to get some help on the left flank, but yesterday he also proved why he’s an undisputed starter. Playing as a centre-back, he had one of his best games of the season.