CM: Wolfsburg enquire about Rebic with Pioli’s stance clear – the situation

By Oliver Fisher -

The future of Ante Rebic is something that AC Milan will look to resolve this summer, and it seems that there is interest from the Bundesliga. report how Rafael Leao’s explosion last season the injury issues meant that it was not a successful season for the Croatian, who scored three times in the league. However, he hit double figures in the previous two campaigns and head coach Stefano Pioli strongly believes in him.

The report adds that Pioli still considers Rebic to be central to his plans, so then the choice of whether or not to stay with the Rossoneri will be down to the player. Paolo Maldini is already planning a meeting with his entourage in June to figure out what he is thinking regarding the future.

Wolfsburg have come forward and made an enquiry having just hired Rebic’s old coach at Eintracht Frankfurt, Nico Kovac, who would like to bring him back to the Bundesliga and make him a key man in his new project. Milan are in no hurry and would only consider offers that are significant from an economic point of view.

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  1. This is 1 of 3 positions where we can say we have 2 good players so I don’t think this is viable without a good replacement and still a big risk.

  2. Get Origi for free and Someone for 20-25m and we can kiss Rebic goodbye. He was great for Milan struggling to get into Champions League, we need better now.

  3. Rebic has very poor first touch.. he has 2 wooden legs. But he is energetic in the offence and create spaces for his colegues. Overall i think milan should make the jump in quality… Rebic must leave for 10 milions or so

    1. I like rebic but i wouldnt oppose selling him and for example instead bringing in lang but selling rebic for 10 mil is not gonna happen and neither should it as it would be daytime robbery. He has a valuation of 22 mil on transfermarkt after a bad season and has a contract lasting to 2025 so i simply doesnt see him getting sold for anything less than 20 mil.

  4. I like Rebic and I’d like to keep him, but that dude is so inconsistent.
    In his first 2 seasons he was quiet until mid season and then scored 10+ goals in the second part of the season. This, now, last year is very worrisome. He only scored 2 goals and he was always injured. That might be just bad luck or him nearing 30, his body breaking down. He has a violent style of play. Very little finesse, all hustle and physicality which is taxing to the body.
    He is very versatile and can play both LW & a striker (I still think Milan played the best with him at #9, Leao at RW & Brahim at #10), but would he agree to stay on to be a back up. Unless Leao goes back to the Leao of the first 2.5 years at Milan , Rebic is not starting at LW. Same goes to the striker position, unless Origi totally stinks it up & Giroud hits the wall he isnt starting there either. It’s probably him pushing to leave than Milan looking to sell him.

  5. Not sure we should sell him. We need someone versatile and strong, especially in clashes against tough defending opponents. Sometimes elegant football doesn’t work and you have to brute force opponents’ defense lines. That’s where Rebic and Theo duo is great.
    Rebic can also play as CF and even assist from that position. I actually love when he plays there.
    Also, we still have no one to back Leao. And there’re rumors that we can sell Leao this summer.
    So, letting Rebic and Leao both go will make our LW even worse than our RW.

  6. Yes, we need to see how the Leao situation plays out. If Madrid or Man City make some huge offer to Milan and we sell him, then of course we would need Rebic to stay (and Rebic himself would be happier to stay if there is no Leao because then he would know he’d get more playing time). Right now, I think he would prefer to rejoin Nico Kovac and go back to bundesliga where he knows he would be a more key player for the team.

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