Franck Kessie has been one of the key factors in AC Milan’s resurgence in the year of 2020, and the club want to recognise his importance to the team.
Forming arguably the best midfield double pivot in the league alongside Ismael Bennacer, Kessie has already racked up four goals and three assists in the first part of the season.
According to what is being reported by MilanNews, Kessie is now considered an immovable part of the Rossoneri midfield because of his ability to think, to use the ball, to be decisive and incisive in both phases of the game and with the addition of goals.
The growth of the Ivorian is there for all to see, and losing him at a price lower than his current valuation – or even on a free transfer – would be absolutely unforgivable.
The report adds how for Milan it will be essential to move ahead of the times and avoid a repeat of another situation like the one that the Rossoneri are experiencing with Gigio Donnarumma and Hakan Calhanoglu.
There are contacts for the renewal of Kessie, the report concludes, but the definitive agreement is still missing.