FootMercato: PSG close in on agreement with Theo Hernandez as Milan set asking price

By Oliver Fisher -

The negotiation between Paris Saint-Germain and Milan defender Theo Hernandez is very real and concrete, according to a report.

Christian Falk reported on Twitter how Theo Hernandez has received an offer from PSG but Milan ‘have not yet agreed to a transfer’. He also cites the fact that Theo is contracted with Milan until 2024, which we can infer gives Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara some important leverage if negotiations were to become concrete.

According to the latest from FootMercato, an agreement in principle is close to being found between the Parisian club and the French player over a long-term contract, with just some details that remain to be finalised between the two parties.

Meanwhile, a source close to Milan has confirmed – as per the report – that Paris Saint-Germain is discussing in parallel with the Lombard club and a first offer has been made for Theo. Italian officials have informed those around the player that the club are demanding at least €40m this summer for the departure of Hernandez.

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  1. Where are those news emerging from, did milan want to overhaul the whole team or what? yesterday a news emerge that tonali will be bought permanent and today this???

  2. LMAO This is the funniest report I have read in a few years! 40m? Yeah sure.

    He even has a 50m evaluation in transfermarket. There is no way in hell he will be sold for anything less than 60m, if sold at all.

  3. If milan start losing one by one all players then gazidis will make milan next arsenal. Which means lose the rest of status and dignity that left

  4. Sometimes these writers can lie ooo,it’s footballs transfer and anything can happen but one pls common it’s a fallacy

  5. It is the biggest nonsense for Milan to sell Hernandez for 40 million, AC. Milan should ask for Hernandez at least 60 million
    But it is Eliot and Gazditis who have shown their true face that they are not interested in the great Milan but only in money. Unfortunately Milan will never be a great team again while Eliot is here

  6. These journalists just pull things out of their rear ends. Only yesterday, we heard about how Giroud is a done deal, he’s looking at property in Milan, etc. Today, he’s not even on our radar and we’re going to potentially sell Theo for a measly 40m? Gtfo of here. Transfer market news was relatively sedate until today when this BS dropped.

  7. yeah right the player has a higher valuation and has a contract untill 2024 so milan is not gonna sell him and certainly not for 40 mil, christian falk sounds like some carny fortune teller.

  8. For me Theo is a top player and I would not sell him, definitely not for $40 million. Having said that, a guy like Kostić as an eventual replacement would be execellent. Very consistent, great stats, tight performances both in local and international competition, the guy gave 14 assists this season and he has the experience Theo doesn’t yet, very overlooked player.

  9. Don’t make a mistake by release him, the price is very very cheap if we see how much his contribution for milan

  10. Don’t overrate this guy. Yes he is good overall, he has speed, sprint, shooting abilities -he had tremendous contribution to milan’s attack BUT – defensively he is below average, he usualy loses the ball in dangerous situations often leading to goal taken.
    I believe he could be sold for above 50 milions. This is his value and for the team reconstruction it would be pure gold. We can buy a playmaker or a good striker (lautaro/lukaku)

  11. I wouldn’t cry if we sold him. Fantastict going forward, but he has been a liability few too many times for my taste.

    But 40M is a joke. Closer to 60M would be ok. Then we could get a replacement (Gosens has 1 year left on his conrtact) and have some left for other departments.

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