Mediaset: Offers from Turkey and Premier League arrive for two Milan forwards

By Euan Burns -

There is a market in Turkey for Ante Rebic and there are two Premier League teams that are interested in signing Divock Origi from AC Milan, a report claims. 

As has been reported by Sport Mediaset (via Milan News), there should be opportunities this summer for the two players to move on from Milan.

They are both completely out of the technical project and there are even rumours that they may not join the team on the pre-season tour of the United States of America.

For Rebic, there are requests from Turkish clubs but Milan want to sell him rather than loan him out. For Origi, Crystal Palace in the Premier League and Leeds United in the Championship have expressed their interest.

If Arnaut Danjuma were to sign in the next few days, it would likely help to speed up the departure of Rebic. The same can be said for Origi if a striker joins.

Tags AC Milan Ante Rebic Divock Origi


  1. I read that Rebic already agreed everything with Besiktas, but they don’t want a transfer right away. So it is Milan blocking his exit, not Rebic.

      1. I read it on my phone a few days ago, will try to find it later. But it explained that Vida (Croatian player in Besiktas) called him and talked him into the club, the town, life and basically convinced him to join. It also says Besiktas is offering a loan with option to buy and Milan want an outright transfer, not a loan.

      2. Ok, I googled that guy and he left Besiktas recently but he was there for a long time. Maybe it is a random lie like most of these news usually are but…

        1. Milan position makes sense but a loan gets his wages off the books too. Not sure why that’s a no go. But hey, what do I know.

  2. The most important task: start selling those who can’t make the difference…

    Than to Rebic for years he played, but he needs to play league more suitable for him. We can’t watch him not able to pass ball properly.

  3. I feel kinda sad about Rebic because I remember the first two seasons he played for us. But then again, he had a major falling out with Pioli, and that’s just not acceptable in a team. That can lead to all sorts of problems. I hope he leaves and wish him the best where ever he goes.

  4. I’m pleased that we seemed to have really beefed up the midfield after loosing tonali and should musah come we would have got a lot of return for that money. Although I only see what I can see from YouTube which is a highlight reel. I can see the potential and system coming together though. I can’t help focusing on what we don’t yet have, specifically a striker. I’m nervously excited to see who we manage to secure up top. Part of me is hoping that we are holding out for a really big coup and opportunity on the market. Honestly I was so pissed off when everything just seemed to go out the window but if we manage to pull this midfield off and still get a quality striker I will gladly eat my words. A top striker is what we’ve been missing mostly. I’m not talking terehmi or morata, they don’t technically excite me. There’s a lot of opportunities for decent strikers I think but worryingly more so at the other end of the window once teams have worked through friendlies and tours and others have been bought in creating a window of opportunity.

    1. You cant get everything in 1 transfer window.

      For now, Milan exchanged more midfield profile players for legend Tonali. That helped to bring more quality Pulisic (for now without sale of any right wingers) and we all forgot about Diaz loan expiration. Still untill end of this transfer market there is room for new arrivals.

  5. Rebic & origi must out to give room for new CF . The problem are they keep reject all offer. For rebic , i dont think ACM can sell him permanently , most likely like castilejo path : loan till his contract expire

Comments are closed

Serie A Standings

Live football scores . Current table, fixtures & results.