Arnaut Danjuma was one of the names on AC Milan’s wish list and talks even took place with Villarreal. However, the Rossoneri eventually abandoned the pursuit of the winger, who now is Everton-bound.
Milan’s primary target for the right flank is Samuel Chukwueze and during their talks with Villarreal about the Nigerian, Danjuma came up. Being a low-cost opportunity, the Rossoneri also began negotiations over the Dutchman.
However, as reported by Matteo Moretto, Milan wanted to bring in Danjuma on a loan with an option to buy. Villarreal, on the other hand, wanted it to be an obligation and the clubs thus failed to reach an agreement yesterday.
Everton then accelerated their pursuit of the player, accepting the conditions of Villarreal and convincing the player as well, per the journalist. As such, Milan abandoned the pursuit as they didn’t want to commit to the 26-year-old by including an obligation to buy.
Danjuma was always a low-cost opportunity for Milan, as highlighted by Moretto, and they thus weren’t keen on improving their offer.