MN: Milan moving towards being Raiola-free – defender wants to leave with swap deal possible

By Oliver Fisher -

It appears as though AC Milan are trying to rid themselves of Mino Raiola clients with Alessio Romagnoli moving towards an exit, a report claims.

MilanNews writes that it will be an interesting and exciting summer for the Rossoneri after they secured a return to the Champions League, but there are exits to deal with as well as signings. The Gianluigi Donnarumma chapter is almost done and Milan have chosen to move on from endless soap operas created by Raiola.

A Milan that is Raiola-free is expected, with the exception of Zlatan Ibrahimovic who is a separate chapter and will not allow the agent to have control. We are also moving towards the sale of Alessio Romagnoli too, who is no longer part of Pioli’s plans and wants to change clubs after being disappointed by the lack of a call-up from Mancini. It will not be easy to find a suitor, so the easiest solution could be a swap deal.


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7 Comments

  1. abanjo2003 says:

    No exchange. Only sale. sell for 20M-25M

  2. I am Forzza says:

    Raiola can’t make it harder for Ibrahimovic to perform in Milan because he is 40 years old and who would do that lol.

    Raiola can’t be a problem for a high-budget club and he can be a problem for a low-budget one. All of us who love Milan need to see what is really going on in Milan. ELIOT will simply NEVER PAY ANYWHERE PLAYERS THAT ARE MORE EXPENSIVE THAN 4 mil. But if you want a top team with great footballers, the players must be given money because then they will play like everywhere else in the world, that is a normal thing except in Milan. If ELIOT continues to do this, Milan will soon not be able to bring any good players a game for petty cash. This is not extortion from players but simply everywhere in the world players are paid and so it must be. Milan must resolve the dispute not with the players but with the ELIOT mafia

    1. victor says:

      I have no intention to defend Eliot, but if they are paying, it is they who decide.

    2. Majed says:

      Well you’re wrong. The players that get paid millions are very few. To say they get paid anywhere in the world is completely false. Only few leagues that pay well and only few clubs in these few leagues that pay very well. In Italy the salaries are net so 4 million net is actually 8 million gross which is a lot.

  3. Toni says:

    I would say get rid of Elliot group. Enough stupid expermenting

  4. milanfansfromchina says:

    The quicker we get rid off Raiola, the better it will be for our future.

    What Maldini has done by striking the greedy agent will benefit the football world in long run.

  5. Minofatboy says:

    Mino what a tosser .. good riddance

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