AC Milan are hoping to bolster their transfer kitty with the sale of several players who are no longer part of the plans, a report claims.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews) this morning, the Milan management want a competitive team and healthy balance sheet, wanting to add to the squad in the right areas but also streamline it by selling those players no longer considered functional to the project.
Rafael Leao is a talent that never fully blossomed at Milan and while he is ‘not for sale’, the Rossoneri would listen to offers of €25m or more and would certainly consider them. The same goes for Jens Petter Hauge, who was bought for a few million and could guarantee a good capital gain with a valuation of €15m.
The sale of some fringe players like Rade Krunic and Samu Castillejo could bring the transfer kitty up to the €50m mark, the latter having ended up in the sights of Real Betis.