Report: Macedonian star offered to Milan on a free transfer after Leeds exit

By Isak Möller -

Milan are looking for a left-back on the market and after Junior Firpo decided to join Leeds, the Rossoneri had to start from scratch. It seems they could make a move for the man the English side replaced. 

According to Nicolo Schira, the agent of Ezgjan Alioski has offered his client to Milan and Roma. The attacking-minded left-back decided to leave Leeds this summer as his contract expired and is now available on a free transfer.

He featured in the Euros for North Macedonia and scored one goal in the three games they played. This past season, he got two goals and three assists for Leeds in the Premier League, playing mainly as a left-back for the team.

Alioski is similar to Theo Hernandez, in the sense that they both like to push forward, and he could thus be a good alternative to the Frenchman. The reporter didn’t mention how Milan responded to the opportunity, though.

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Tags AC Milan Ezgjan Alioski Leeds

6 Comments

  1. Cesar says:

    hahahaa

  2. Ahmed Mohammed says:

    So Milan couldn’t even beat Leeds United for Firpo hmmm

  3. VladaSWG says:

    We’re selling kids that have more talent in a single pubic hair than this waste of space. Why on earth would Milan sign him? Maldini can bring a bag of garbage from home and it would do more on the pitch than this guy.

  4. Aliyu Hamisu says:

    Castillejo is the back-up to both Theo and Calabria according to Fabrizio Romano.

  5. Aliyu Hamisu says:

    Krunic is the ideal Calhanoglu replacement.

  6. No9 says:

    Please Milan should re-sign Bonera, he plays all position and he’s not expensive.

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