West Ham United and Wolves are refusing to give up on AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie, a report claims, but the Rossoneri are standing firm on their valuation.
We reported two weeks ago that the Rossoneri are ready to allow Kessie to leave if their asking price is met, as his agent had been told during a meeting that his client is no longer considered fundamental to the project.
Vito Angele also cited interest from Premier League duo West Ham and Wolves, while Calciomercato.com then agreed on December 31 that Kessie is no longer considered unsellable.
According to the latest from the same outlet, the two aforementioned English clubs are not giving up on the Ivorian and ‘always have the midfielder in their sights’.
However, the Rossoneri have made it clear that their asking price is €30million, which would net them a nice capital gain on the balance sheets despite the fact the 23-year-old only arrived on a permanent deal this summer following a two-year loan from Atalanta.