AC Milan’s transfer market proceeds, with the Rossoneri focused mainly on outgoing moves, as Diego Laxalt and Andre Silva seem to be the most probable candidates to leave the club. In the meantime, negotiations for Angel Correa continue…
According to Sky Sport, Diego Laxalt is meeting his agents to discuss the offer from Atalanta, with whom his entourage met this morning.
Milan and the Nerazzurri have already reached an agreement on the basis of a paid loan deal for 2 million euros with an option to buy for 13 million which could become an obligation if certain conditions are met.
It will now be up to the footballer to give his last ok to the offer. To do so, he will have to agree to a lower salary than the current one received at Milan (1.6 million euros per year). Laxalt is carefully considering what to do and in the coming hours, a decision will be made.
On the Correa front, it is necessary to point out that the player will arrive if the Rossoneri sell some players. The departure of Andre Silva would be the easiest way but the money asked by Atletico Madrid could also come from other minor operations.