MN: Milan’s January transfer window likely to be concluded with three departures

By Oliver Fisher -

The only activity between now and the end of the transfer window is expected to be sales and loan exits rather than any signings, a report claims.

There are three days left to the end of the 2022 winter transfer market and, after the purchase of Marko Lazetic, MilanNews reports that Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara are now concentrating on some players who could leave the club.

Three in particular are heading towards an exit with talks ongoing over Samu Castillejo’s potential move to Valencia, discussions underway about a possible loan for Daniel Maldini to SPAL in Serie B and finally the sale of Milos Kerkez to AZ Alkmaar on a permanent deal.

The idea at the moment is to thin out the squad to allow the Rossoneri coach to work with the right men and to free up some funds too perhaps. It is unlikely that new signings will be added though, as neither Dejan Kulusevski nor Malick Thiaw are currently close to joining despite recent links.

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Tags AC Milan Daniel Maldini Milos Kerkez Samu Castillejo


  1. Though, I am not happy with the transfer but, honestly, I don’t think we really need a defender. What we really needed was a striker, and we got the kid! The kid!! Maybe he can prove us wrong like the DUCK, PATO!!❤️🖤

  2. F#*king pathetic. What a letdown from management and ownership. These players are playing their hearts out to try and bring Milan a Scudetto and they can’t get even a little bit of help from ownership. Sad times for Milan.

  3. No money, no honey…..
    Milan unfortunately can only bring promising “talents” or players who are in their last seasons of their professional career…..
    If you want to compete with the Serie A contenders and with the Champions League teams, you must spend money… That is how football works.

    P. S Juve gets Vlaovic and we have Imbra who is exactly my age that plays 3 games and is out 1 or 2 months… And of course Giroud who apart from the head he cannot score…. (and scoring only in San Siro)

    1. Juventus and Inter couldn’t afford expensive purchasrs either, but decided to put themselves in more financial misery. Let’s see where it gets them in the future. It was the way how football used to work but things are changing and soon teams with unsustainable debt will be in troubles.

      1. As big clubs with huge global fan base, all they’ll get is a slap on the wrist from UEFA. UEFA knows that they need these clubs for their image, they wouldn’t dare to slap them with bans or grave penalties. Milan is just being naïve. There isn’t a shred of integrity in UEFA dealings, it’s all big talk.

      2. I hear you and I partially agree. But only Milan has “paid” all those years of money splash… Inter and Juve are in dept but I don’t see anything happening…

  4. We ought to thank inter and juve for their “big signings” as it will keep the serie A in the spotlight, afterall their taking the risk. While we still have our team in tact without the big spending and still fighting for the title. Squad should focus on training and squad solidity. Hope they could be more sharp in the finishing and continue on solid performance.

    1. Bro, open your eyes. Your club is not fighting for the Scudetto, they are fighting for the top 4 title; a battle they look like they are losing at.

      I’m not sure I understand what you mean by “thank Inter and Juve”, just because they bought 2 Serie A players that are relatively unproven in the European sphere. You can go to their page to offer your gratitude; if you are a Milanista don’t come here to say such shit again.

      And if you are an interista or a Juventini, pls stay on your fan page and worship your colours.

  5. How the hell is Gosens unproven?

    It is disappointing since we did not go for Omeragic, guy who could replace Kjaer after he leaves (Botman we need to, but he goes straight to first xi(

    And since Samu did not leave.

    Yeah, Juve will now throw one team out of top 4.

    Not inter, they win again this year.
    Not napoli, Osimhen is coming back.
    Since we are almost fully healthy again, it should be Atalanta.

  6. our whining won’t be heard by the club, why? because the club’s expectation is ONLY TOP FOUR, not the Scudetto.

    even to enter the top four we are still in danger, cos only seven points different from juve. ideally the squad should have five defenders, to anticipate injuries, suspensions, and covid. but we only hv four, two of them are young and inexperienced

    our squad depth quality is still behind juve and inter. to compete for the scudetto, at least we have to add great st, amf, rw and cb

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