PSV Eindhoven defender Denzel Dumfries represents a ‘concrete objective’ for AC Milan this summer with things moving in the right direction regarding a possible deal.
That is according to Daniele Longo of Calciomercato.com on Twitter, who reports that Dumfries is indeed a target for the Rossoneri if Davide Calabria leaves as they look to strengthen a problem area.
The journalist adds that the valuation of Dumfries – a Netherlands international – could drop from €20million to €15m in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the effect it will have on the economy of football.
Meanwhile, the agent of the 24-year-old – Mino Raiola – approves of the solution and the idea of his client playing under prospective next Milan boss Ralf Rangnick.
It is no secret that Milan are in the market to fix the right-back spot this summer with Calabria and Andrea Conti both having failed to convince due to a combination of poor form, injuries and suspensions.
➡️ #Milan, #Dumfries obiettivo concreto in caso di addio di #Calabria.
➡️ La valutazione può scendere da 20 milioni a 15.
➡️ #Raiola apre alla soluzione #Rangnick per il forte terzino olandese pic.twitter.com/CeS3LNqDX6
— Daniele Longo (@86_longo) May 20, 2020