AC Milan are not totally closed to the idea of selling Rafael Leao with an asking price set and two clubs interested, according to a report.
Milan are still waiting for the Portuguese forward to “explode” on the pitch after they invested over €25m to sign him from Lille two years ago. He is young and has great potential, but in these two seasons in Italy he has not been able to grow and mature into being a consistent player, often alternating good performances with absent ones.
According to what SportMediaset (via MilanNews) are reporting, Ligue 1 side Marseille and Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund have set their sights on the 22-year-old. The outlet adds that Leao could leave Milan in this summer transfer window, and that the management will listen to offers starting from €30m, which would net them a capital gain on the amount paid to Lille in 2019.
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Pls sell $30M with option to buy back at $40M or 10-20% payable to Milan if he is resold more than $40M in with 2 season.
No one is stupid enough to pay 30M€ for him. Unfortunately.