AC Milan’s chances of signing Yacine Adli from Bordeaux seem to have decreased due to the asking price of the French club, a report claims.
This morning’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews) writes that in recent days, Chelsea have opened the door to the possibility of a new loan for Tiemoue Bakayoko, this time on more advantageous terms than two years ago.
That is why Milan have slowed down negotiations on the Adli front, aware that they can secure a player with more experience – especially in Serie A – on what will likely be better terms. Not only that, but Bordeaux still want over €10m to sell the 21-year-old midfielder which is a figure deemed too high by Paolo Maldini and co.
The interest in Adli is intact and if later in the window the French club were to lower their demands, his signing could also be concluded in addition to that of Bakayoko.