Marseille have sent a firm message to AC Milan who have not seen their first offer for Boubacar Kamara accepted, according to a report.
In addition to the attack, Milan are also keen on strengthening the midfield ahead of next season as Soualiho Meite has returned to Torino while both Ismael Bennacer and Franck Kessie will take part in the African Cup of Nations from early January to early February.
L’Equipe (via MilanNews) reported yesterday that Milan are willing to put €12m plus bonuses on the table to land one of their major midfield targets in Boubacar Kamara, despite the fact he is valued much higher by sources like Transfermarkt (€37m).
According to what is being reported by the same source (via CM.it), Milan have made a verbal offer of €12m for Kamara confirming that the club have a concrete interest. However, Marseille are asking for double, therefore at least €20-25m to free their talent despite the fact his contract expires in a year.