MN: Milan do not consider star man unsellable – €60m minimum price set amid PSG links
By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan have no intention of selling star left-back Theo Hernandez this summer, a report claims, despite interest from PSG.

The Frenchman arrived from Real Madrid for €20million in the summer and has exceeded all expectations, scoring six goals and adding three assists in 25 appearances, form which has not gone unnoticed.

Thursday’s edition of L’Equipe claims that the Rossoneri full-back ended up in the sights of Leonardo’s PSG, as the Brazilian wants to implement a real revolution in the defensive department and Theo is one of the first names on the wish list.

According to the latest from MilanNews, Milan consider Theo to be one of the pillars of the team for the future. They add that the phrase “non-transferable” in modern football is very difficult to use, even in the case of Theo Hernandez, but Milan do not want to sell and the player is happy at the club.

If PSG on duty were to present a huge offer of €60million euros, it is natural that evaluations would be made at Casa Milan, as a fee like that would generate a capital gain of more than €40million which would allow a margin of manoeuvre on the market.

The Diavolo’s vision is clear: they are looking for young players who have not yet exploded definitively, but who are ready to make an important contribution to the cause. Romagnoli and Donnarumma were already in the squad, while Bennacer and Theo are the perfect synthesis of the profiles on which the Rossoneri will focus.

If the player is considered suitable, then the property is ready to spend a significant figure, as seen by the combined €36m paid for Theo and Bennacer. The goal is to create a team ready for the present but which can also last over time.

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