Journalist claims Internacional have slapped €15m price tag on Arsenal, Milan target

By Isak Möller -

Ahead of the summer, AC Milan are scanning the market for potential targets, as the youth revolution is imminent. Certainly, we can expect to see some changes to the squad in the coming months. 

In recent weeks, the Rossoneri have been linked with Internacional’s Bruno Fuchs. Just yesterday, TodoFichajes reported that Milan aren’t alone in the race, as the likes of Ajax, Arsenal, Monaco and Manchester City are also keeping tabs.

The defender certainly doesn’t lack suitors, but it remains to be seen how many of them are willing to pay the asking price. In an interview with MilanNews.it, Giovani Farioli – who works for Revista Colorada – was asked about the situation of Fuchs.

“Here in Brazil, Milan are said to be strongly interested in Bruno Fuchs and would like to buy him to replace Mateo Musacchio, who in turn could go to another European club. Bruno Fuchs is a very structured defender, good in aerial duels.

“If he can leave? Yes, Internacional have to sell at least one player in the next transfer window. The club entered a financial crisis due to the Coronavirus. The idea is to receive at least €15m for Bruno Fuchs,” he concluded.

In addition to Fuchs, Milan have also been linked with Celtic’s Kristoffer Ajer, but the competition is just as fierce in this pursuit. Therefore, it will be interesting to see who the Rossoneri will end up with for the defence.

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