AC Milan have made three players available as they look to thin out their squad ahead of the 2020-21 season, according to a report.
With Sandro Tonali and Brahim Diaz one step away, as well as Tiemoué Bakayoko, a lot of the attention has been focused on the incoming market as Milan continue to make moves in the window. What that means though is that some players will have to leave to make room in the squad.
According to Anto Vitiello’s latest for MilanNews, Milan are hoping to move three players on sooner rather than later to generate funds.
One of those is Lucas Paqueta, who is coming off the back of a difficult season in which he failed to show his capabilities despite being tried in multiple positions.
He is outside of the club’s plans, but so is Davide Calabria too. Cagliari offered €8m plus €2m bonuses, but Milan would like at least €12m, which of course would be a pure capital gain.
Finally, Rade Krunic also has his suitcases ready after the arrival of Sandro Tonali and the possible signing of Bakayoko. Milan’s intention is to secure upgrades in key positions with one intention: to reach the Champions League.