Journalist claims Lukaku to Chelsea can ‘free’ Milan transfer target for Rossoneri move

By Nikita Fesyukov -

AC Milan remain vigilant on the transfer market, looking to reinforce the team at Stefano Pioli’s disposal with several new additions. One of these is an attacking midfielder, with numerous names linked to the Rossoneri by the media in the last couple of weeks.

A persistent name in the press is that oh Hakim Ziyech, who joined Chelsea last summer from Ajax but has found little space at the Stamford Bridge amid strong competition in the offensive department.

The player is reportedly appreciated very much by the Milan management, but Maldini and Massara seem to have chosen a patient tactic to wait until the last days of the market for Chelsea’s request to fall.

And in the meantime, the Rossoneri may have found a paradoxical ally in their pursuit of Ziyech – Inter.

In fact, Romelu Lukaku’s reported transfer from Inter to Chelsea for a fee of over 100 million euros could ‘free’ Ziyech to join Milan.

This was reported by Calciomercato.it‘s Fabrizio Biasin, according to whom Chelsea ‘may need to sell after such an important investment’.

Tags AC Milan Chelsea Lukaku Milan Ziyech

3 Comments

  1. Grazia Milan says:

    Why can’t legendary clubs like Milan, Inter, Napoli cannot sign Messi to play on the right? And why is he joining PSG or City? The main reason is the formerly mentioned clubs cannot propose him because he earns a mammoth salary. He is considered to be the biggest star in the football ecosystem. Considering the damage happening in the football ecosystem around the world, the formerly mentioned clubs cannot compete with the latter. If someone like him who is at the top of something, makes an effort by himself to join legendary clubs rather than the newly emerged clubs who build the team by spending excess money, then the whole footballing ecosystem would have been balanced and FFP wouldn’t have any chance of having loopholes because it would be necessary that to sign a star player they would have to win the Champions League. In that sense, no club wouldn’t be able to go on a spending spree and competition would be fresh for everyone. In conclusion, he could have been an example to the young generation that money isn’t the right solution for everything.

    1. abanjo2003 says:

      This is the exact reason why the super league is needed tbf

      1. Grazia Milan says:

        Super league has also a downside, mate. If the Super League comes into existence then we won’t be able to enjoy teams like Atalanta, Leipzig, Lille, Sevilla who despite being the underdog proved that they are able to beat the best teams. So, it is the responsibility of the players with high status to maintain the ecosystem in this ongoing instability in the football world. The best they can do is to build the player’s committee under the guidance of a few advisors who have the agenda to maintain the stability in the football world.

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