MN: The key reasons Milan are pushing to re-sign Chelsea midfielder Bakayoko

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are closing in on the return of Tiemoue Bakayoko two years after he left following the expiry of his loan from Chelsea, according to a report.

As MilanNews writes, Bakayoko seems to be set to rejoin the club where he last had a truly positive spell back in 2018-19, having since player for Monaco and Napoli on loan. He returned to Serie A last season with Gennaro Gattuso his head coach again and he made 44 appearances scoring 2 goals and adding 1 assist.

That is enough to suggest that the Frenchman be a reliable midfielder from a physical point of view for Milan but above all an excellent element for the double pivot. His irrepressible physicality and his attention to the coverage phase than to the attacking one make him a perfect component for the two holding players.

Bakayoko has already played the Champions League and in this sense he could also be a signing that serves well with regards to experience. Moreover, the player would more than willingly return to Milan and negotiations are well advanced.


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3 Comments

  1. Hao says:

    key reason is to put pressure on Kessie’s renewal. When Baka was in milan two years ago, everybody forgot Kessie’s existence

  2. Afriyie Kwaku Boachie says:

    Bakayoko is not all that good.

  3. ranu says:

    yacine adli is better player for us than bakayoko I didn’t know the way Milan management look to player deserve to play for us

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