Ralf Rangnick has told AC Milan to hang on to full-back Theo Hernandez at all costs, according to the latest reports from Spain.
He joined from Real Madrid in the summer for a fee widely reported to be €20million, scoring six goals in all competitions for the Rossoneri and having been arguably the best player so far this season.
A recent report from La Gazzetta dello Sport claimed that Theo is now worth at least double the fee that Milan paid to sign him, while it was claimed by Tuttosport that PSG are lining up a bid of €50m.
According to the latest from Spanish outlet AS – as cited by Calciomercato.com – incoming Milan manager Ralf Rangnick has told the current Rossoneri hierarchy that Hernandez must be kept at all costs.
The German wants the Frenchman as part of his back line for next season and beyond, so he has asked Milan to consider the 22-year-old as unsellable.
The player himself recently admitted that he is happy at Milan and hinted that he wants to stay well beyond the summer.