AC Milan hold the advantage over Inter in the race to sign Sassuolo midfielder Stefano Sensi this summer, a report claims.
Sensi’s agent Giuseppe Riso met with Paolo Maldini at Casa Milan on Tuesday afternoon amid rumours that the Rossoneri are interested in the Italy international.
We recently learned that Sensi is the midfielder for whom Milan most seriously intends to start negotiations, and that Sassuolo president Squinzi values him at around €20million.
Reports from Calciomercato.com recently claimed that Milan’s rivals Inter have joined the hunt for his signature, and now Sky Italia have confirmed those reports.
They do claim that the player, however, would prefer a move to Milan, and thus the Rossoneri remain in pole position despite facing competition.
Sky‘s Luca Marchetti added that the current offer from the Rossoneri is not quite enough: “Milan’s offer to Sassuolo for Sensi [2-year loan with obligation to buy for €15M] does not convince Sassuolo.
“If Inter were to accelerate in the negotiations with Sassuolo and sell Borja Valero, they could surpass Milan in the race for Sensi.”