AC Milan are still locked in talks over the extension of Franck Kessie’s contract while his agent continues to offer him to various top European clubs.
That is according to Il Milanista, who report that the high demands of the player and the choice made by directors Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara, which is to not raise the offer made worth €6.5m net per season.
The Ivorian would like a pay rise to €8m per year that the Rossoneri are not willing to pay for the time being and may not ever rise to given that we have seen how they dealt with the Donnarumma and Calhanoglu negotiations.
PSG and Barcelona want Kessie while Manchester United and Spurs are monitoring the situation from England. The goal of the Parisians is to sign ‘The President’ at the end of the season on a free transfer while Barca could bid in January, but in the meantime we must see how Milan move.
While Atangana offers his client to other teams and Milan consider what to do having made an offer below the asking price, the tug-of-war continues.
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