AC Milan’s outgoing market has accelerated in the last few hours with three players having received expression of interest, a report claims.
As MilanNews writes, Divock Origi is attracting enquiries from Torino and Burnley. Milan hope that their interest will turn into a concrete offer, given the Belgian is not part of the plans and has been training separately since July 21.
Alexis Saelemaekers also ended up on the fringes of the plans, and he has given his go-ahead for a transfer to Bologna. Now, the clubs must agree on the formula and it is possible that the negotiation could be concluded positively in the next few hours.
In the last few hours, Bayern Munich’s interest in Pierre Kalulu to replace Benjamin Pavard has emerged. The Bavarians have asked for information and are considering a loan with option to buy deal, though they have not made official contact yet.
However, Milan are highly unlikely to sell Kalulu given how long is left in the window.