Stefano Pioli has named Domenico Berardi as an ideal reinforcement for the right wing but his asking price seems to be too high for Milan, a report claims.
According to Calciomercato.com, Berardi’s performances at the European Championships – after a season with 17 goals and 8 assists in the league – have not gone unnoticed, with several clubs having enquired about his asking price during talks with in order to understand how much room for maneuver can be created in the coming days.
Milan like the 26-year-old a lot but have not yet started a real negotiation, despite the fact Pioli put his name forward as an ideal reinforcement on the right. Maldini and Massara are aware that it would take €50m to sign him from Sassuolo, a figure that is difficult for the Rossoneri to meet.
At the moment that the club intends to concentrate their budget on more targeted interventions with lower risk but a high potential upside, which is why they are looking to close with Toulouse for Amine Adli.
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Pioli cannot polish a young winger to become world star. In order to suceed he needs only famous players. Good thing Maldini doesn’t walk that route
Sell Leao and get Berardi! Do it now! Berardi’s value increases every day.
agree with you there.
If a good player is over 0 dollars he is too expensive to milan. He’s a quality signing.