CorSport: Milan have a target in mind to replace Hauge and he would arrive from Denmark

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan still have their eye on Mohammed Daramy of Copenhagen as a potential replacement for Jens Petter Hauge, a report claims.

Danish outlet BT reported earlier this month that the Rossoneri are leading the race for Daramy, who scored five goals in 28 appearances this past season. Confirmations then arrived from Italy and more specifically Calciomercato.com, who added that goal is to bring in Daramy in a low-cost operation, ready to offer about €6m as things stand.

According to the latest from il Corriere dello Sport (via MilanNews), Milan are still following Daramy ‘with great interested’, but something must happen before they make a concrete move.

Namely, the Rossoneri will have to be able to first sell Jens Petter Hauge, who Eintracht Frankfurt and Wolfsburg really like, before they make a bid to sign Daramy. An asking price for the young Danish forward is not mentioned by the source.

Tags AC Milan Mohammed Daramy

5 Comments

  1. babarg says:

    Good idea, let’s buy an other promising striker from Scandinavia, so we can also leave him on the bench and not play him

    1. Joe101 says:

      you know it
      #capitalgain

  2. Solomon says:

    Buy and sell for capital gain.rubbish

  3. Marius says:

    If only was the ‘capital gain’ thing… But when you add Pioli into equation = dooms day.
    I just hope one day somebody listen our voice and sack this joke of a coach

  4. Nicholas Simoonga says:

    The fact that maldini is also allowing hauge to be sold makes me sick. This is bullshit

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