Di Marzio: Milan hoping to seal two new signings in the coming days on advantageous terms

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are at work to close two important reinforcements in the midfield and defensive departments, according to a report.

According to the latest from Gianluca Di Marzio (via MilanNews), Milan are continuing to negotiate with Bordeaux for Yacine Adli, the 21-year-old midfielder who is seen as the ideal deputy to Ismael Bennacer. The Rossoneri management would like to reach an agreement in the next few hours, but on their own economic conditions.

The negotiations are continuing with Roma for Alessandro Florenzi meanwhile but the two clubs must find an agreement on formula, as Milan want a loan with obligation to buy deal while the capital club want that to be an obligation to buy so they avoid another situation like the one that saw Florenzi return after his loans at Valencia and PSG.

The Rossoneri and Giallorossi could find a compromise halfway with the formula of a loan with obligation to redeem related to the achievement of personal and team targets.


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Tags AC Milan Alessandro Florenzi Yacine Adli

3 Comments

  1. mo says:

    A little over 2 weeks left in the transfer window and Milan is still “hoping”. RTFLMAO
    …they were quick to get rid of Hauge though. Just wait, things will fall apart the very next time Ibra gets hurt. Then the sand castle will come crashing down.

    1. Geekondrum says:

      We haven’t even addressed the issue of a third striker

    2. Kilroy says:

      Yeah that Maldini… In two years he built a team that finished 2nd and now he has the audacity to continue in the same way. Making profit on players, discovering young gems from smaller teams on good deals, not overspending on overhyped “stars”. Not on my watch!

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