AC Milan defender Theo Hernandez has made a decision on his future amid speculation regarding strong interest from Paris Saint-Germain, a report claims.
The Frenchman has been one of Milan’s standout performers in what has been a difficult season for the Rossoneri. He has amassed six goals in competitions making him the second-top scorer in the entire squad.
On Thursday, Spanish outlet Ondacero reported that PSG are confident of signing Theo to replace Layvin Kuwarza, with contacts already underway despite his high asking price.
According to an exclusive from Calciomercato.it, the interest of important clubs certainly flatters Theo Hernandez, but his will is to stay at Milan.
He wants to wear the Rossoneri shirt for another season and therefore does not intend to evaluate other options. He has yet to turn 23 and doesn’t want to miss out on valuable development, but the club will obviously have to get back on the right track too to match his progression and ambitions.
Having been signed from Real Madrid for €20million, Theo is worth more than double the amount invested but barring sensational surprises, PSG will have to move for another left-back.