AC Milan have found themselves in a tricky position regarding the future of Fode Ballo-Toure with two clubs showing interest above all.
As reported by our colleague at SempreMilan.it Luca Maninetti, it is Fulham and Bologna who are the two most concretely interested teams when it comes to the Senegalese full-back, but they are polar opposite stages.
Fulham have an agreement with Milan over transfer fee but they are yet to strike a deal with the player on personal terms, while Bologna have an agreement with the player, but not with the Rossoneri.
The Serie A club are looking for a loan deal while Milan want to sell permanently for a few million, and there is the added complication that Ballo-Toure wants to remain in Italy.
Chief scout Geoffrey Moncada stayed in Italy and did not go on the preseason tour of the United States, as did the defender too, so he is working to find a solution.