Journalist blasts Kessie for ‘inadmissible’ conduct over renewal and possible PSG move

By Oliver Fisher -

Fabrizio Biasin has launched a verbal attack on Franck Kessie as the renewal situation surrounding the midfielder continues to drag on.

It is now well known that the Milan management are struggling to agree terms over the extension of Kessie’s contract, which is set to expire at the end of the season. Several sources are reporting that the 24-year-old wants €8m net per season to renew, which would be well over three times the current €2.2m he gets.

It seems Milan’s offer for the time being is below that amount while a number of different clubs continue to be linked with a possible free transfer such as Spurs PSG, who could meet the requests of the former Atalanta man.

According to journalist Fabrizio Biasin, Kessie is asking for too much and his words at the Olympic games have just served to add fuel to the fire that has now erupted.

“Do you want to hear a joke? Kessie said a month ago that upon returning from the Tokyo Olympics he would return to Milan to resolve his contractual situation to stay with the Rossoneri. Franck is back, but things got worse instead of getting better,” he said (via MilanLive).

“Kessie is talking agreements with Al-Khelaifi [of PSG], one that makes fun of the whole world of football including his own supporters. For heaven’s sake, it is legitimate to go to a club that makes you earn more, but the way in which Kessie is doing it is inadmissible, playing with the feelings of the Milan fans.”

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  1. It’s horrible if you’ve supported Milan for a long time because you can remember the days when the best players wanted to play for Milan. Nowadays we’re nothing more than a stepping stone. Kessie will leave followed by Hernandez and Bennacur and then Tomori and probably Leao if he ever gets consistent.

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