Paper Talk: Aubameyang lowers wage demands; Belotti wants AC Milan move

By Isak Möller -

Today’s Italian papers suggest that Aubameyang is willing to lower his wage demands, while Belotti wants a move to AC Milan, among other things. 

La Gazzetta Dello Sport

Aubameyang has said yes to a move to Milan, but Borussia Dortmund want €80m for their striker, which the Rossoneri deem too high. Aubameyang originally wanted €12-13m per year but has agreed to go down to €8.5m. 

De Sciglio is ready for his move to Juventus. An agreement has been reached at €12m without bonuses and De Sciglio is expected to undergo his medical tests tomorrow. Then, he will fly with the team to the USA.

Montolivo will not be available for Milan’s game against Dortmund today, as he’s got a problem with his ankle. 

Corriere Della Sera

Torino’s president, Urbano Cairo, will meet with Belotti this Thursday as the latter will express his desire to join AC Milan. 

Mattia De Sciglio has already left Milan’s training camp in China and is heading towards Turin. He will join Juventus for €12m. 

Il Giornale

Milan are working hard to seal a deal for Bayern Munich’s Renato Sanches. They want to sign him on loan (most likely with an option to buy included) which is something that Bayern Munich would be open to. 


Some Torino fans asked Belotti yesterday to stay, but the striker didn’t reply. AC Milan contacts with Torino are continuous and Belotti is tempted by a potential move to San Siro. 

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