AC Milan’s interest in signing Romain Faivre from Brest has not ended despite the failed summer pursuit, a report claims.
The Rossoneri tried right until the end to try and sign Faivre from the Ligue 1 side but they were ultimately unable to get a deal over the line. As reported by Tuttosport (via MilanLive), Milan are likely to try and sign the 23-year-old again in 2022, though it is not mentioned whether that means January or the summer.
The Rossoneri’s relationship with Brest deteriorated after the issues late in the window – especially given the player’s decision to try and force a move by not showing up for a game – but the dialogue could be resumed regardless.
Faivre has hinted that he wants to have an experience elsewhere as soon as possible, but the asking price remains €15m for the time being. Milan want to try to snatch the player’s approval as soon as possible and although Junior Messias was signed to fill the void, the name of Faivre remains among the most coveted.