AC Milan have been offered the chance to sign Dejan Kulusevski from Juventus as he risks getting even less playing time, a report claims.
According to Calciomercato.com, Kulusevski was proposed to Milan and could be the ‘great opportunity’ of the January mercato. The Swedish international can leave Juve because the purchase of Dusan Vlahovic and the desire to also sign a midfielder means that Kulusevski risks getting even less playing time, despite Chiesa’s injury.
The report adds that none of the parties involved deny the possibility of Kulusevski joining Milan because Juve consider him to be available, and they will even take into consideration a loan until the summer or until 2023 with a conditional obligation to buy.
They have not ruled out a sale to Milan either, a club with whom they has closed several transactions in the past. Juve paid €35m plus bonuses two years ago to sign him from Parma and currently hold him at a valuation similar to that cost.
There have been initial talks between the agent of the 21-year-old and Milan, but only in the next few hours it will be possible to understand if this approach can turn into a real negotiation.