In addition to reinforcing the squad, Milan also want to collect some cash from a few sales this summer. And we’re not just talking about the redundancies, as the Rossoneri will evaluate any offers that arrive.
As reported by Gazzetta Dello Sport (via MilanNews), with the ways things are these days, sales will be very important as well. Jens Petter Hauge and Rafael Leao are two players that could leave but officially aren’t on the market.
Milan would be willing to let the Portuguese youngster leave for a fee of around €25m, per the newspaper, while the Norwegian is valued at around €15m. Should they sell both, then they would collect €40m.
This money could then be used on the market to strengthen the team, which will be very important ahead of their Champions League return this fall. Then again, it’s not at all certain that Hauge and Leao will leave.