AC Milan have Boubacar Kamara in their sights but they have been taken aback by Marseille’s asking price, according to a report.
Both Kessie and Bennacer are set to miss a few Milan games because of the AFCON in early January 2022 until the beginning of February, with Ivory Coast and Algeria among the pre-tournament favourites, so a midfielder is needed to ensure that there is someone available to partner with Sandro Tonali – presuming he remains.
According to il Corriere dello Sport (via MilanNews), Milan are continuing to monitor the situation surrounding Kamara, a 21-year-old defensive midfielder who can also play as a centre-back. The Rossoneri management really like the player for his quality, potential and his versatility, but the problem is the cost.
Despite the fact that his contract expires in a year and there is nothing to suggest a renewal is imminent, Marseille want €20m to sell Kamara this summer.
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LOL everyone is deemed “excessive” by us lol. What a joke. Young players cost 10-20M now…that’s just how the market is. If we don’t pay others will. If we don’t open up the check book we will be out of the top 4 again
Keep quiet if you don’t know anything about how the market works…