This summer, AC Milan have managed to offload quite a few players and there is still some work left to do on that front. Tiemoue Bakayoko is getting increasingly closer to an exit, a report claims.
The Chelsea-owned midfielder was brought in on a two-year loan last summer and after a disappointing first year, he’s now expected to leave. It hasn’t been that easy for Milan to find him a new club, though, as well as convincing the player to leave.
According to MilanNews, the two squad exclusions for the friendlies against Vicenza and Pergolettese paint a pretty clear picture. Stefano Pioli doesn’t consider Bakayoko a part of the project and his agents are now starting to look around.
An agreement will have to be reached with Chelsea on the solution but Milan are more than willing to let him leave one year earlier than expected. It remains to be seen what the outcome of the situation will be, but it’s clear an exit would be good for all parties.