Di Marzio: Brest winger ‘no longer a track that Milan are on’ but ‘we will see if anything changes’

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan do not consider Romain Faivre to be a transfer target any more after the recent turbulent period, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.

Faivre was heavily linked with a move to Milan and he took matters into his own hands by not showing up for a Brest away game, which angered his club enough for them to take him off the market and he did not get his move to Milan.

He also caused a storm by giving an interview to La Gazzetta dello Sport last week where he dropped a strong hint that he is gearing up for a move to Milan still, even claiming he has spoken to former Monaco team-mate Fode Ballo-Toure about the club.

Di Marzio of Sky Italy spoke on the YouTube channel of Carlo Pellegatti (via PianetaMilan) and confirmed that Faivre is ‘no longer a track that Milan are on’. He added that ‘as of today’ the 23-year-old winger is no longer an objective for the Rossoneri management, but ‘we will see if anything changes later on’.

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  1. I truly hope we are just saying this to calm things down for the moment and get the attention off the player. We should not abandon signing Fairve over an interview. We desperately need a player of his caliber and should not let an interview get in the way of improving the squad in January. Sign this kid or we will regret it.

    1. Milan wants to divert attention from him so that his price will drop given that his relationship with Brest is already strained.

  2. This seems to be milan’s strategy. They make it known they are following five players for the same position and then they sign a player who is not among those five!!!!! Seems to work well so far.

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