AC Milan appear to be moving closer to the signing of Yunus Musah as the distance with Valencia over transfer fee has been reduced, a report claims.
Milan are aiming to rebuild their midfield after the club-record sale of Sandro Tonali for Newcastle United and with Ruben Loftus-Cheek having already arrived. Tijjani Reijnders should sign this week, but a final complimentary piece is sought.
According to Matteo Moretto of Relevo, the distance between Milan and Valencia by Yunus Musah is ‘small’ and it feels as though ‘a little push’ from the Rossoneri is all that will be needed to get things over the line.
The last ok will come from Peter Lim, the owner of Valencia who has the decisive say when it comes to signings and sales, but the move appears to be ‘very much on track’ as things stand.
The 20-year-old USA international made 33 league appearances for Valencia last season, amassing two assists from a box-to-box midfield role.