AC Milan have only managed to sell Sandro Tonali so far this summer and they must now try find solutions for players not deemed part of the plans, including Ante Rebic.
The Croatian winger did not have a great season in 2022-23 due to physical problems, and Gianluca Di Marzio confirms that Milan are in talks with Besiktas about a possible loan deal with his salary being the main issue to overcome.
Milan would of course prefer a permanent sale but are open to a loan deal, but the problem concerns the €3.5m net per season that Rebic currently earns. Comparatively, the salary Besiktas are offering is considered too low.
The Rossoneri hope that the negotiation will be unblocked, but unless there is an increase from the Turkish side or unless another club come along, the 29-year-old will remain at Milan.
Last season, the former Eintracht Frankfurt man made 23 appearances in Serie A, amassing 3 goals and 2 assists.