Sky: Valencia more open regarding Musah but Milan want sales first

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan feel more positive about being able to close the Yunus Musah deal as Valencia’s stance seems to have softened, a report claims.

According to the latest from Sky, there were new talks yesterday between Milan and Valencia regarding Musah during which the first signs of openness came from the Spanish club.

They seem to have understood the player’s strong will to move to Italy and thus may be a bit more flexible in discussions over his sale.

Before accelerating and trying the definitive push, however, Milan want to complete some sales. On Wednesday Giorgio Furlani returned to Milan, to close the Samuel Chukwueze signing and to follow the other negotiations more closely.

Among the candidates to leave are Ante Rebic, Divock Origi and Fode Ballo-Toure, all of whom have been left out of the tour to the USA and continue to be linked with a number of different clubs.

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