From France: Milan, Marseille and Arsenal alerted as Ligue 2 winger is available for €5m

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan face strong competition to land Amine Adli from Toulouse but a low asking price has been set, according to a report.

La Provence are reporting that Olympique Marseille are strongly pursuing Adli, as are the Rossoneri and other top European clubs, because the forward has impressed a lot of people after a season in which he racked up 8 goals and 7 assists and won Ligue 2 Player of the Year.

The French newspaper reports how various English and French clubs are also on the 21-year-old’s trail with Arsenal and Leicester City mentioned as beeing keen while from the Bundesliga there is talk of Borussia Dortmund and Borussia Moenchengladbach.

All the clubs who want Adli will be boosted by the news thatToulouse president Damien Comolli is demanding just €5million to sell the talent. The figure cannot be higher because the player’s contract expires in June 2022 with nothing to suggest that he is likely to pen a renewal.


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2 Comments

  1. mauricio says:

    looking at what happened to Hauge, I doubt he would choose Milan

    1. RF says:

      Yess, absolutely. Remember with Fofana last year? When we lost our target. I think Amine will follow him to Leicester.

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