Udinese have made it clear that they will only sell star midfielder Rodrigo De Paul if a substantial bid arrives this summer, a report claims.
De Paul is one player that the Rossoneri have been persistently linked with over the past year with various outlets stating that Milan could make a move for the playmaker, who has five goals and two assists in 22 league games for the Friulians this season.
According to the latest from Calciomercato.com, the Argentine number 10, who is a player that Milan continue to track closely, will be allowed to leave this summer.
However, his price tag has been set and it is not cheap: the 25-year-old will cost €35-40million, with the Bianconeri president Pozzo wanting to sell the player outright or on loan with an obligation to buy for the aforementioned figure.
Calciomercato.com and La Gazzetta dello Sport have recently claimed that De Paul remains on Milan’s radar as they begin to take stock of the squad ahead of the summer, while the player himself actually suggested that he is open to an exit in June, having rejected offers in January.
We are running in the 2020 Football Content Awards in the category ‘Best Club Content Creator’. We would really appreciate it if you could cast your vote for us below! You can also cast your vote for us by tweeting using this link!