In the final days of the summer transfer window, AC Milan signed Yacine Adli on a permanent basis from Bordeaux. They agreed to leave the youngster there on loan, though, but they might have changed their minds.
Adli has done very well for the French side at the start of this season, registering one goal and three assists in 13 appearances. Milan don’t regret their purchase and could perhaps try to have him available already in January.
According to Andrea Longoni, in his latest piece for MilanNews, the Rossoneri could ask Bordeaux to send him back already in January. Milan will be without Franck Kessie and Ismael Bennacer during the AFCONs, so the department needs depth.
Currently, Stefano Pioli has Tiemoue Bakayoko, Sandro Tonali and Rade Krunic available as well. But with a tight schedule, as we know, it might be worth the trouble to get another midfielder for the team. Adli’s return is thus an option to fix that.
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Cutting the loan short will be us doing them dirty and this will harm the goodwill between both clubs and it’s bad for business giving our economic situation right now. Let the lad complete the loan deal, I’d rather we recall Pobega.
Milan cant just cut it short without bordeaux consent as we got a discount on the transfer on the grounds of letting him stay thee for another season so if we actually do manage to bring him back it wll deffently be with their approval and a mil or two of our cash or something going their way to reapay the favour.