GdS: Milan raise offer for No.1 target to €18m and await response

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan have raised their offer for midfielder Yunus Musah and they are now awaiting a response from Valencia, according to a report.

This morning’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (seen below) reports that Musah remains the first choice target to complete the midfield and an offer in the region of €18m plus bonuses has been made.

Now it must be evaluated by Peter Lim, who takes all the important decisions at Valencia. The player has decided that he wants to join Milan which could weigh on things as it has with other summer additions so far.

The USA international – who has an Italian passport – is even training alone at the moment which is a clear indication of the breaking point his relationship with Valencia has come to, even if there is talk of a knee issue.

The next step is a meeting in Valencia shortly between the club and his agent to see if the LaLiga club would be willing to lower their demands from €25m. Any sale would be a pure capital gain, which is a factor given Valencia’s financial issues.

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    1. Valencia will cave in, It will take longer because Lim is a parasite who thinks he’s smart but their financial situation plus the fact he has 1 year left and no other teams seem to be swooping will absolutely force their hand. We absolutely have the leverage

          1. Regardless of their financial issues his contract still ends in 2026 so they doesnt have to sell as they can just as well sell a different player or they can sell him to a different club that will actually pay his actual value.

          2. gigi and you gotyta understand the will of the club, a contract is both to protect a player but just as much a club as they make the investments so they are in their good rights to reject proposals that they doesnt agree with. You might not like it but thats as simple as that,

        1. Valencia is in BIG trouble buddy. After the Lim and the Neville brothers nearly destroyed them and coming off another season battling relegation they need the money more than anything, and if Musah has indeed made it clear that he wants to leave they don’t have much of a foot to stand on.

          1. I know they are in financial troubles but they can sell other players instead of accepting a low bid on a player that has a contract untill 2026, They have other more expensive players. Regardless of the players wish he is under contract so if they wont accept an offer that low bids his value its valencias right to do so and musah wiill still have to live up to his contractual obligations regardless whether he would like the move to milan.

        2. ACM offer are not low bid , they promise yunus that they will increase bid up to 20m euro but not willing to meet 25m euro valencia asking price. Now it is up to valencia take that last bid 20m euro include bonus or reject it and let yunus play with no heart for them . ACM can turn to dominques offering 10m euro + ballo toure to bologna

          1. In the end its valencia who decides his price so yeah i think its fair enough to say its a low bid, His valuation on transfermarkt even though not exactly scientific is 18 mil and due to his young age its not completely unreasonable to ask for 25 mil euros in my view.
            Well he has 3 years left on his contract so if he doesn’t put in the performances that he can he would basically destroy his own career in spite and i suspect he isn’t that dumb or unprofessional. I wouldn’t mind either of the players though at least if they have a professional mindset 😀

  1. They will find an agreement at a middle ground.
    20m fixed plus bonuses up to 5m will close it in the end. It won’t be 25m fixed nor less than 20 fixed though that milan offered

    It’s just tiresome to wait for the whole process of lowball bid1 rejected, lowball but better bid2 rejected, etc until they agree

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