GdS: Milan set a limit they are willing to go to in negotiations over Kessie’s renewal

By Oliver Fisher -

The Milan management have set themselves an upper limit in terms of the amount they are willing to offer Franck Kessie, according to a report.

Milan have been locked in talks with Kessie and his entourage over the extension of his current contract which has a deadline of June 2022, but so far they have not made much progress due to a gap between offer and demand, it seems.

This morning’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via PianetaMilan) writes that Milan have set a limit that they are willing to go to in the Kessie negotiations, and that is €6m net per year.

Due to this it is highly probable that the renewal will not take place and Kessié seems destined to end the season with the Rossoneri and then go away for free, because other clubs are willing to satisfy his demands which are above the amount Maldini, Massara and Gazidis have set.

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  1. too much sir, too damn much

    U give mediocre performing player a very high wage, what will other player think? we will have a problem internally

    Right now, Tonali and Bennacer perform way better than Kessie

    u give kessie 6m, tonali and bennacer surely gonna ask for raise too

    u ask tonali for reduced wage, and kessie u give him high wage

  2. Auction him in January…if no sale! bench him … he is going away on African cup anyways and most likely will fake an injurey to stay fit for the new club

  3. Good for Maldini and the current management have some balls!

    There is no need to give in for a greedy one-season wonder player to disrupt the salary structure of the whole team and to ruin the financial health of the club.

    Get out Milan Kessie asap!

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