CM: Milan offered midfielder who cost Liverpool €59.8m on a free transfer

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan have been offered the chance to sign Naby Keita whose contract with Liverpool will expire in a couple of months, a report claims.

It was back in August 2017 that Liverpool triggered Keita’s £48m release clause in addition to paying an undisclosed premium because RB Leipzig qualified for the Europa League, thus meaning a £52.75m total investment (via Sky), which is equal to €59.8m.

However, after a bright start things have not exactly gone the way that Liverpool hoped for the Guinea international as he has had repeated injury problems and never really anchored down a starting spot in the midfield three.

According to, Milan directors Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara have been offered several players recently in view of the summer one of these is Keita.

The 28-year-old will leave Liverpool at the end of the season once his deal expires, and his entourage have probed the idea of a move to Italy, but nothing is mentioned about the response of the management.

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  1. Another injury prone player. Milan need to stick with their youth model but sign youth players that are doing well in Ligue 1 and Bundesliga.

    A big no Keita. He will spend more time on the bench than playing on the field.

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