ESPN: Milan’s mercato plans outlined – two signings, three potential sales and latest on loanees

By Oliver Fisher -

An update has arrived on several AC Milan players with uncertain futures ahead of the summer mercato from an ESPN journalist.

Andres Agulla on Twitter, Milan will start by making use of their option to buy on both Sandro Tonali and Fikayo Tomori from Brescia and Chelsea respectively. Hakan Calhanoglu is on an expiring contract and will ‘almost certainly’ leave the club, he adds.

Meanwhile, the future of captain Alessio Romagnoli could be away from Milan too as he has one more year left on his contract but offers would be considered. In addition to that, the Rossoneri management want to sell winger Samu Castillejo when the window reopens and Diogo Dalot will return to Manchester United once his loan deal is done.

Finally, Agulla adds that Milan are keen on keeping Brahim Diaz who is also set to return to Real Madrid after his loan spell at the San Siro expires.


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Tags AC Milan Alessio Romagnoli Brahim Diaz Diogo Dalot Fikayo Tomori Samu Castillejo Sandro Tonali

3 Comments

  1. Men3m Loz says:

    We should also sign amin adli from Toulouse.

    1. rivera says:

      MEN3mLoz I totally agree Adli is young fast and highly skilled…. and cheap compared to keeping Hakan who plays for 40 minutes per game and want wage increase for little work

  2. lawan s umar says:

    What of full striker like lcardi or belotti we need one among those two

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