Reports: Napoli linked as Milan aim for capital gain by selling Primavera product for €15m

By Oliver Fisher -

Davide Calabria’s exit from AC Milan this summer is almost inevitable with the club even having set an asking price, a report claims.

Stefano Pioli has struggled for consistency on the right side of his defence as both Davide Calabria and Andrea Conti have not found form week-in week-out, plus they have both been affected by suspensions and injuries.

Fiorentina and LaLiga side Sevilla have both been credited with interest in a move for Calabria over the last few months, while il Resto del Carlino claimed earlier in the week that Sinisa Mihajlovic’s Bologna have become the latest team to join the race to land the 23-year-old.

According to the latest from both MilanLive and Calciomercato.com, Milan intend to make room for a new right-back to arrive by selling Calabria.

That is because they can achieve a pure capital gain from the departure of the Primavera product, with a €15m asking price set. Bologna and Napoli are both credited with interest, while it is also claimed that LaLiga sides may try as well.

 

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