A mini-revolution awaits AC Milan in January. Not only purchases, but also several departures with Ricardo Rodriguez and Fabio Borini, who are now waiting to know only the next destination.
The same fate could also await Franck Kessie, even if his exit is not considered a priority by the club. Milan, however, in the meeting with his agent made him understand that he is no longer considered fundamental and in January all the offers that will arrive will be evaluated.
The motivation that could push Kessie to leave – in addition to that of the project – could be that linked to his relationship with the Milan fans who have showered him with boos and jeers several times.
Interest from the Premier League is still alive with West Ham and Wolverhampton having already initiated contacts with his representatives to understand the feasibility of the operation.
It starts with Milan’s asking price of €25million. Should the Ivorian leave, the Rossoneri would look for a replacement.
SempreMilan Podcast: Episode 79 – The Birthday Special