AC Milan have no intention at all of selling Theo Hernandez amid rumours that Paris Saint-Germain want to sign him, according to a report.
Calciomercato.com recently wrote how under Stefano Pioli he is showing a technical and tactical growth which has attracted European clubs are interested, including PSG who like Theo a lot and have reignited their interest after the failed attempt last summer, but Milan have not yet received any official offer from the French club.
MilanNews writes how at the moment there are sellable players from Milan and others who are untouchables, and Theo Hernandez belongs to the second category. He is considered by the club to be so indispensable that any offer will be returned to the sender, even if it is a large amount.
Milan do not even want to open a dialogue regarding the potential exit of Theo, who was signed from Real Madrid back in the summer of 2019 and has established himself as one of the best full-backs in the league. In fact, Vitiello’s report mentions that the Frenchman ‘is locked in a double-locked safe’ and will remain there until the end of the transfer market.