Ralf Rangnick has instructed AC Milan not to sell two of the current stars of the squad despite interest from Europe’s elite, a report claims.
According to Calciomercato.com, Ismael Bennacer will also be a pillar of Rangnick’s Milan as the German manager highly respects the Algerian midfielder. There is interest from Paris Saint-Germain and their Qatari ownership in particular, but there is no willingness on the part of the Rossoneri to sell.
Meanwhile, the same outlet are also reporting that Milan have set a similarly firm stance regarding the future of full-back Theo Hernandez, for whom there are two clubs in the running after a fantastic debut season in Serie A so far.
PSG sporting director Leonardo is once again circling for the Frenchman, but surprisingly Real Madrid are apparently keen on re-signing their former man just a year after they sold him to Milan in a deal worth around €20m.