Sky: Maldini, Massara, Origi and Renato Sanches – a busy week awaits for Milan

By Oliver Fisher -

It should be a busy week ahead for the AC Milan management with renewals and new signings expected, according to a report.

According to the latest from Sky (via MilanNews), the agenda should be full this week for the Rossoneri as RedBird Capital have resumed talks over the renewals of Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara. The extension of the two directors is the first fundamental step to unblock the market and it is hoped that it will arrive this week.

The pursuit of Renato Sanches has become more complicated after the competition of PSG emerged even though Milan have been in negotiations for some time and there was optimism on the success of the deal. The player’s will can be decisive and he wants Milan, while Newcastle United are still trying for Sven Botman who is the Diavolo’s first choice defensive target.

Divock Origi will also arrive in Milano this week to carry out the usual medical checks and then sign his new contract with the Rossoneri ahead of joining on a free transfer from Liverpool.

Tags AC Milan Divock Origi Paolo Maldini Renato Sanches Ricky Massara Sven Botman

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  1. Yeah, people keep speaking about Liverpool as an example. They have already bought 3 players, probably everyone they wanted. Early deals, went in and paid the asking price. We can’t get a single 20M player because of obvious missmanagement by the new ownership.

    1. Well said @crorossonero. People on this forum who think we will magically become Liverpool because Redbird own a minority stake in that club are crazy. It took Liverpool 10 years to build and become a winner and that had nothing to do with Redbird. A minority owner (10%) does not operates/run the club. Liverpool spend 100M to buy Nunez and we haggle over 4M to sign Florenzi. Slight difference lol.

      1. Why are you comparing Milan whose owner has been in place for less than a month with Liverpool whose owner has been there for almost a decade?
        Why don’t you compare Milan with Chelsea. They both got sold at around the same time. How many players has Chelsea signed?
        Both need time to settle in. These are multi-billion euro companies. They are buying something that is a long term investment, not going nuts in the first transfer window means very little in the long term.
        People want Li Yonghong like stupid investments that were rushed just to impress fans who understand football only thru a XBOX console

        1. Lol. Your are clueless and are that racist donkey who said you didn’t want “Arab money” and that nobody wants to be like PSG and Man City??? LOLOLO. “Need time to settle in”?? Lol. Your clueless. Companies who spend over a billion dollars don’t spend time “settling in”. They spend months if not years of due diligence and know exactly how the want to run the business they just purchased with a PLAN. They don’t wait and see how it goes lol. You do not know what you are talking about. Nobody said we had to be like Li. Li had that donkey Fassone and Mirabelli. We have M&M. Big difference. Stop making up fake stories and Stop posting hate about Arabs and dumb takes like nobody wants to be Man City lol. You sound like a racist clown

    2. Didn’t the Premier League’s transfer window open on June 10th compared to Serie A’s on July 1st? If so, that goes a long way to explain why Liverpool “already bought 3 players”.

  2. But anyway… I guess the board should focus on CDK. Sanches and Botman would be excellent signings also, but the belgium AM can be the player we are really missing.

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