Valencia midfielder Yunus Musah is still a firm objective for AC Milan in the midfield but it is going to be hard to strike a deal with Valencia, a report claims.
As has been reported by Antonio Vitiello from Milan News, it is going to take some time before Milan can get the Spanish side to lower their financial demands for the American midfielder.
It is known that Valencia owner Peter Lim is intent on getting €25 million for Musah, who was very impressive at the 2022 Qatar World Cup.
So far, Milan have made two formal bids. One added up to €14m, the next was €18m. Both were swiftly rejected, so it is clear that Valencia are remaining firm.
This is despite the fact that Musah has agreed personal terms with Milan and wants to make the move. He has also missed two of the three training sessions whilst in Switzerland with Valencia. This is said to be down to a knee injury.