GdS: Milan target’s price tag is decreasing with January move becoming possible

By Euan Burns -

The price tag for AC Milan target Jonathan David is decreasing for a variety of reasons and the idea of a move in January is growing more plausible, a report suggests.

As has been reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport (via Pianeta Milan), the Canadian striker who has been linked with Milan for a long time is growing easier and easier to obtain.

He has had a valuation of €60 million but over the past few months, his price has dropped. He will be out of contract in June 2025 and it is clear that he has no intention to sign a new one.

The poor season that he is having with Lille and Paulo Fonseca is also leading his price tag to fall a bit.

David has only scored twice in Ligue 1 so far this season, whilst Kylian Mbappe has scored 13. He seems to have fallen out of favour.

The idea of a move in January seems more plausible now, especially with Fonseca recently saying: “There are no reasons for such a lack of self-confidence. He is very strong. We know that it will be difficult to stay with him in the future.”

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    1. If that was the case i would worry if we got him and he set his mind on a later move down the line because maybe he would do the same towards us then. It would be an absolute clear sign of lack of professionalismn and lack of respect for the clubs and fans that pays his wages if that was how he would force a move. I would also be even more hesitant buying him than i am currently. I highly doubt its the case though 😀

    1. What of Lecce? The striker issue was irrelevant. We were up 2-0 at the half. We just needed to clam up and secure the result. The final result in that game had to do with everything else but striker. That said, David isn’t the profile we need generally speaking. If they’re going to pay 30-40m for David in January, might as well offer 5-10m to Monza to release Colombo early instead. At least we’ll he sure his heart is at Milan.

    2. “Do tell, what would a profile like David helped vs lecce?”

      It would have spared the fans seeing Jovic on the pitch. Not that we ever saw him on the ball or even near it once… But you know what I meant. 😛

      1. Jovic>david.
        I wonder what effect he would make if he came 2 months earlier. Last day purchases haven’t been working for Milan in years

      1. This is true. Prices have been massively inflated ever since the oligarchs/petrostates got involved in football, and player valuation skyrocket after one season of decent (not even great) stats.

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