AC Milan are willing to listen to offers for both Fikayo Tomori and Pierre Kalulu this summer, a report claims, which would make room for a new signing.
According to a report from SportMediaset, one of Tomori or Kalulu could leave in the summer to finance the incoming transfer market led by the new duo of Giorgio Furlani and Geoffrey Moncada.
The proof of this is the Rossoneri’s interest in Evan N’Dicka, who is set to leave Eintracht Frankfurt on a free transfer given his contract is about to expire. Milan have entered into talks with his entourage, despite the fact he has a verbal agreement over a five-year deal with Roma.
It seems that Kalulu is the more likely to leave, given that in the last part of the season was often on the bench giving way to Malick Thiaw. He arrive arrived on a free transfer and would guarantee a substantial capital gain, while Tomori cost €29m.