Mediaset: Milan have a plan and a secret weapon Udinese like in De Paul negotiations

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan may be making progress in the Rodrigo De Paul deal as Udinese like a potential counterpart, according to a report.

According to what Claudio Raimondi has told SportMediaset (via MilanLive), the €35m requested by Udinese for De Paul complicated Milan’s intentions to buy him, but they do have a potential plan. The Rossoneri management are first of looking to make some cash from sales of players outside the project like Andrea Conti and Diego Laxalt.

Then, the most targeted strategy to buy De Paul is the inclusion of a counterpart like Jens Petter Hauge. The Norwegian only arrived last summer from Bodo/Glimt and although he impressed early in the season, he barely played from Christmas onwards.

Milan bought him for €5m and now value him at €12m, and wha the has shown in his few appearances – including some notable plays and key goals – means that Udinese really likes his profile. This is why he is defined as the key man for the De Paul affair.


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7 Comments

  1. abanjo2003 says:

    NO ffs

  2. Pluviophile says:

    Dont sell Hauge the try to get him back for 50 Millions after a few years

    1. Smi says:

      Ur right, that what Milan do most time sell a player and showing interest later not ready to give a time and chance.

  3. Rassh flower says:

    Add colombo and pobega but leave hauge. Instead spend him on loan for more play time. That lad is hot prospect in future

  4. Francis says:

    Milan should not be tempted into such deal .Hauge is a player for now and Future we need him around. Milan rather buy Paul or look for ways to reduce his cost .

  5. Men3m Loz says:

    If we do sell hauge we must have a buy-back option so we can get him again if we want.

  6. Mani says:

    Listen everybody I’m very sure they will be a plan where they can buy him back for 50% of whatever he’ll be worth so I think the management has to be that smart

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