Diego Laxalt is no longer in AC Milan’s plans as he won’t be able to compete with Theo Hernandez and Ricardo Rodriguez. According to Calciomercato.com, he’s destined to move abroad.
The Rossoneri’s idea is to sell the former Genoa man on a permanent basis, as he isn’t in their plans anymore. This was explained to Parma during the negotiations last weeks, but the talks have since not resumed.
In addition to the Gialloblu, SPAL have also abandoned their pursuit of the player. The future of Laxalt, therefore, will most likely be abroad as Milan continue to demand at least €12m in order to avoid capital loss.
Multiple requests have arrived from France and Spain, and Laxalt’s entourage will now consider the possibilities. The next 48 hours will be decisive, as a summit could take place with Boban and Maldini.