Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly tried their hand at signing Theo Hernandez from AC Milan but have been met by a firm response.
Christian Falk reported on Twitter how Theo Hernandez has received an offer from PSG but Milan ‘have not yet agreed to a transfer’. FootMercato then stated an agreement in principle is close to being found between the Parisian club and the French player over a long-term contract, with Milan demanding €40m to sell him.
However, according to reports from Tuttosport this morning (via MilanNews), PSG tried to make an offer to Milan for Theo Hernandez, but the negotiations have not even started. For the Rossoneri, the French full-back is absolutely non-transferable and therefore not for sale at any price.
According to Daniele Longo of Calciomercato.com meanwhile, Milan have not yet received a written offer and in the intentions of technical director Theo Hernandez he must be one of the pillars of the team also for the next season.