Report: Milan remain interested in Sassuolo star – CEO ‘can’t promise’ he will remain

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are monitoring the situation surrounding winger Domenico Berardi as Sassuolo appear to be open to a sale.

Despite being just 26, Sassuolo’s superstar has played professionally for 9 seasons, appearing in 275 league matches and recording 97 goals and 60 assists. Berardi is incredibly versatile and is capable of playing as a midfielder, winger or striker.

Roberto Mancini has relied on the Sassuolo man to play an important role in Italy’s attack at the Euro 2020. As the starting right-winger in his 4-3-3, Berardi has had ample opportunity to showcase his attacking talent as the Azzurri look to win their first tournament since the 2006 World Cup.

According to what is being reported by Gianluigi Longari of Sporitalia on Twitter, the CEO of Sassuolo – Giovanni Carnevali – stated the following when asked about the future of Berardi: “I can’t promise that Berardi will remain. It is not a question of money.”

Longari goes on to add that Milan are continuing to monitor the situation, as it is no secret that the Rossoneri are looking to upgrade their attacking options given the likely sale of Samu Castillejo.

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  1. milan would have a budget of 80m this year while they have spent those 50m from champions league qualification on tomori and diaz(both important signings) now with these 80m, we need to solve tonali issue, find a striker, CAM, right winger, berardi for 40m, ziyech for 40m, we get nothing left means we have to sell some players, krunic and samu also leao and caldara and laxalt to fund another 30m to find agreement with adli and to find another cheap beast of a striker. elliot needs to pump atleast 100m to get a champions league fine tuned team and then there comes salary and renewal of kessie and calabria.

    1. all of this is just a mere approximation values might bemore or less given by the elliot management it all depends on them and how players cope up with it, the cheap strategy of milan will keep the club safe and running for future we may not be champions league quality now but will be better with years and every team even if rich needs to be on terms with FFP, some teams break it but milan can’t bribe uefa. lol

  2. I say try to make this deal happen. My dream transfermarket =>
    Berardi for right winger role (can also cover for AM and Striker), Try to get J Rodriguez in a Leao swap deal for the main AM role. Go for Belotti (B Embolo would also be sweet) for striker and see if we can get T Bakayoko on loan or cheap deal for DM cover/squad depth (I think he is probably the most “bang for bucks” player available right now).

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