Milan have set their sights on Ozan Kabak, keen on securing the Turkish international before the transfer window closes. The negotiations with Schalke are far from easy, though, and solutions are being evaluated.
As reported by MilanNews.it, the two clubs are still working to close the economic gap as the Rossoneri are insisting on the deal. The latter opened with an offer of €15m, but the German side asked for €25-30m instead.
Alternative formulas and the inclusion of bonuses are also being evaluated, as this could be the key to unlocking the negotiations. Work in progress, as the report describes, but the operation isn’t easy mainly due to the differences.
At the same time, Milan are also evaluating other names just in case the negotiations over Kabak don’t end in their favour. The transfer window will close on Monday and the intention is to have a new player by then.