MN: Milan express interest in expiring Porto winger – PSG man also an option

By Isak Möller -

AC Milan still have some work to do on the market, just one week before it closes for this time. The right-wing is one of their priorities and they have set their sights on two players, a report claims.

Yesterday, the news broke that Milan are following Porto winger Jesus Corona, whose contract will expire next year. He can play both as an attacking midfielder and as a winger, which is an aspect that the Rossoneri really appreciate.

According to MilanNews, the Milan management are trying to understand if the deal is feasible for them this summer. Corona is on the wish list, in other words, and Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara are also monitoring other situations.

One example is that of Pablo Sarabia, as it seems he could perhaps be allowed to leave Paris Saint-German before the window closes. Just like Corona, he’s very versatile in attack and that is a big plus.

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Tags AC Milan jesus corona Pablo Sarabia Paris Saint Germain Porto


    1. Milan has a long history of buying players that was either deemed unwanted, surplus to requirements, unfulfiled or aging beyond their prime that nevertheless still turned out great and won us cl and scudetto trophies so show some faith in our managment as they know what they are doing.
      When that is said i agree its a shame we cant seem to offload certain players that isnt really a part of the plans forward but it partially comes down to that when we sign players they are often better paid than if they had joined a smaller club so it makes it harder to sell them and that is actually a thing the club is handling far better nowadays as they wont overpay as previously.

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