La Voix: PSG on pole to land Renato Sanches as friend of the player makes declaration

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan look like missing out on the signing of Renato Sanches as Paris Saint-Germain have entered the race, according to a report.

The speculation about a possible move to PSG for Renato Sanches are becoming more and more insistent despite the fact that several sources have reported that the Portuguese midfielder already has an agreement with Milan.

According to La Voix (via MilanNews), the Parisian club have taken pole position in the race to sign Sanches by presenting a bigger bid to Lille than that of Milan. Moreover, the source claims that a close friend of the player declared that “Renato loves Paris and the French league” and that he is “sure that he will leave Lille”.

It seems that Milan will have to take action and raise their offer if they are to sign the former Benfica and Bayern Munich man, or they risk missing out on another target.

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  1. Doesn’t really matter if Maldini stays or not, those greedy cheap bastards can’t even pay Sanches who we where talking for for 6 months. It’s a shame, I never thought Elliott would put us in such a mess. And guys just accept that we will not extend leao and pay him 7.5M so I’ve accepted that it’s over and he will leave for free bc nobody will pay 90M for him now. Milan story all over again

    1. Calm down. This is business not something you play on your ps4.

      Give it some time transfer window just opened.

      30 m for him is WAY too much

      1. Right, 30m for injury-prone players is excessive… remember, Lille and Milan never agree to a fee, Lille asking price has always been 30m while Milan only offer 15m, PSG is not stupid enough to pay 30m if Lille already accept 15m bid from Milan. With 30m, I would rather use it on CDK instead.

  2. Victor
    Is business of course but is dignity , is character. And this Arab guy he think he can get everything but one day he will pay so hard mf
    Eliot is Pis of shit too
    They should sent him off of Italy

  3. WTF y’all smoking on? We just won the Scudetto and y’all on some “Elliot fucked up shit” No real Milan fans here. Stop crying after every headline and let the professionals work or go support a different club.

  4. The way things are going, we ain’t gonna bring even 50% of the players we worked on so long! These new guys, the new owners, started terribly bad. Instead of giving the club financial security, it’s obvious that we’re going in totally different direction. And not just that we can’t bring our targets, we are on a good way to lose the other most important players. Liverpool want Rafa – who refuses to resign – Man-U wants Benaccer, very soon someone will come for Theo, etc, etc…
    Nothing appears to be going the right way. Just look at what a team Inter is preparing for the new season.

  5. If he choose go to PSG , just go another DMF in serie A. Pay 30m euro for renato are very stupid,no need to enter bidding war with PSG . His price should be 15m-20m euro due to 1 years contract left

  6. good news, renato do not have the skills to be best paid in San Siro and he we will definitly not come if he istn. That means renato is aksking for 6mio then rafa will not renew for 7,5 and so on. Maldini knows well what salary structure means for such a big group of drama queens! But i agree all the work we did for Kone, Simakan, Kamara and many more. Hard to understand that we cannot beat RB Leipzig in 15mio race for Simakan…now we go for Botman (more then 30mio…)
    I love Maldini guys have a signed shirt from him in derby 2007, but iam still not sure if M&M have a plan….

  7. We do not bid for the young diamonds until the end, we can not afford the stars that M&M would like to have like Di Maria, Ziyech, Assensio even Pepe and many more and raw diamonds from Red Bull Salzburg we also do not buy, for this we are too cowardly and also these change meanwhile for 40mio (Adyemi).
    Italians we also do not want to have. (Pobega) Remains France and Lille 😉

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