Midfielder Lucas Biglia is considered sellable by the AC Milan leadership but Marco Giampaolo may ask to keep him, it is claimed.
Reports at the end of last month had suggested that Genoa were interested in signing the Argentine and that his contract with Milan could be terminated by mutual consent.
It was then claimed earlier in August that Milan would sign a replacement for Biglia should he be sold, however the club are demanding a fee for him, believed to be less than €10m.
The 33-year-old has however looked sharp and impressive in preseason under Marco Giampaolo thus far, scoring a 7/10 in our player ratings from Saturday’s game against Manchester United in Cardiff.
However, La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews.it) are reporting on Tuesday that Biglia is indeed considered ‘expendable’ by the Milan management.
Despite this, the report claims that Giampaolo has had a lot of praise for Biglia after his preseason showings, with a hint that he may try and intervene to block any sale.