AC Milan wide man Diego Laxalt has revealed his desire to stay at the club and work with new manager Marco Giampaolo.
Recent speculation in the media has suggested that the Rossoneri could be set for big changes at left-back this summer, with one signing and one exit tipped to happen.
We recently revealed that Real Madrid’s Theo Hernandez has said ‘yes’ to a move to Milan, while Ricardo Rodriguez’s future at the club is now under doubt, and there have even been rumours the Swiss international could head to Arsenal in a swap deal for Lucas Torreira.
Laxalt meanwhile has also been linked with an exit as his future remains uncertain, but after victory with Uruguay against Chile in the Copa America, the former Genoa man revealed his desire to stay.
“The arrival of Giampaolo? Now, my head is here, I only think about the Copa America. Once it ends, I will concentrate on Milan, I will be back.
“I have played in a four-man backline before, so I feel ready to play in that position for Milan as well.”