Reports: Milan edge closer towards Kessie’s renewal after meeting with agent – the latest

By Oliver Fisher -

Various reports have emerged suggesting Franck Kessie is close to renewing his contract at AC Milan after a meeting with his agent today. are reporting that George Atangana, Kessié’s agent, met in Bologna with sporting director Ricky Massara. First they had a lunch, then a coffee in Galleria Cavour, where the discussions began.

The dialogues are open, no agreement has yet been found, but the Rossoneri are ready to make an effort. Kessié is important for Pioli and represents an asset for owners Elliott Management, but there is a calm atmosphere between the parties and a new meeting could happen in the coming days.

According to the latest from Fabrizio Romano on Twitch (via TransferZone), things are a bit further ahead as he reports Kessie is staying at Milan. The player and his agent are ready to accept the Rossoneri’s new contract offer that was put forward in today’s meeting.

Finally, La Gazzetta dello Sport writes that it was obviously not a decisive meeting, but it was another step towards happy ending. The difference between supply and demand will have to be bridged but Milan have got close to the €6m net per season demands.

READ MORE: Fabrizio Romano issues update on speculation Milan are in talks over Real Madrid’s Isco

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  1. So the conversation went with both Colhanoglu agent and Donnarumma agent, and it so happened that they both left Milan for free. F*** Kesie and his agent, if he wants to play for Milan let him sign the contract offered to him by Milan if Milan doesn’t sell it and finish the story

  2. It seems we will have a similar story here. If I were Maldini, I would sell Kessie to Liverpool, and bring in Kamara and Bakayoko. Kessie’s agent will ask somewhere around 7-8 mil. And given the already existing offer, there is not a very easy climate for negotiation.

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