Many changes are expected at AC Milan this summer, as the youth revolution inevitably will extend beyond the management. In other words, several players could leave and Mateo Musacchio is one of them.
The defender arrived from Villarreal back in 2017 and was the first signing of the Fassone-Mirabelli management. However, he hasn’t been able to win over the fans in his three years at the club, now expected to pack his bags instead.
According to MilanNews.it, although the contract will expire in 2021, Milan haven’t offered Musacchio a renewal. Therefore, it’s quite clear that the Rossoneri are moving ahead in a different direction.
Real Betis and Sevilla are keeping tabs on the Argentine and in order to not make a loss on the balance sheet, Milan need just €4.5m. A figure that shouldn’t trouble the clubs. Furthermore, the San Siro side would save €4m gross on the salary in case of a sale.