CorSport: Roma unwilling to grant Milan a discount on Florenzi’s €4.5m fee

By Isak Möller -

Alessandro Florenzi joined AC Milan ahead of the season on an initial loan deal and as he has done quite well, the Rossoneri are considering buying him permanently. There is a slight issue, though. 

It has been known for some weeks now that Milan are willing to sign Florenzi on a permanent basis, but it has also been known that they want a discount. The latest reports suggest that this could be difficult.

According to Corriere Dello Sport (via TMW), Roma aren’t willing to grant any discount for Milan on the €4.5m buy-out clause. This means that the Rossoneri will have to pay the full amount, as agreed upon last summer, if they want Florenzi to stay.

This season, the experienced Italian has made 26 appearances across all competitions for Milan. He has been put to use by Pioli, in other words, both at the back and also as a winger. The next few games could be decisive to convince the club to pay up.

Tags AC Milan Alessandro Florenzi Roma


  1. Milan still asking for a discount on Florenzi just goes to tell you not to believe those rumours on Boatman, Sanchez and all those big names you here. Milan can’t even pull out 4.5million for a player who’s worth the cost and at such a low price, is just laughable. The management wants to win while investing little or nothing. Really admirable

    1. Then how about they buy piatek and paqueta more than 35m euro cash ,leao 28m euro cash,Tomori 28m euro cash,maignan 15m euro cash. They asking discount on tonali too and they success. AS Roma want to get rid of florenzi so it is normal AC Milan ask discount for unused player

    2. Well, you ask and if not possible you pay. If there is a possibility to save some funds for another transfer why not try?

    3. They are negotiating on all deals, they have a budget and trying to low all cost. This in order to achieve greater results on the final line. You don’t seem to understand this very basic mechanism

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