About a week until the market closes, Milan is experiencing a stalemate. Failure to sell Lucas Paqueta, Krzysztof Piatek and Suso is effectively blocking the incoming market.
Although yesterday the movement around Casa Milan was high, with many agents visiting Boban and Maldini; the Rossoneri at this moment do not seem to want to sink the blow on any front. The market is being blocked by non-sales.
Milan are looking to generate revenue to surpass the almost decisive lunge by Leipzig for Dani Olmo. As anticipated by SempreMilan.com, to date, from the parts of Croatia, an official offer from Milan has never arrived.
The player meanwhile – coveted by half of Europe – could soon fly to the Bundesliga, with Leipzig having made an offer of around €35m including bonuses and commissions. This is a figure which Dinamo should accept.
No update also on the Cengiz Under front, with Roma focused on other objectives at the moment and therefore does not yet evaluate Suso as a possible purchase.
Yesterday’s visit by Edoardo Uram, Lucas Paqueta’s agent, served for a brief update on the condition of the player, who after the match against Udinese was in the clinic for a tachycardia due to anxiety and stress: the result of a moment where he is not at his best on a personal level, between the field and private life. For the moment Paqueta remains at Milan.
Milan are also awaiting signals from Turkey, where Fenerbahce should unlock the purchase of Ricardo Rodriguez in the next few hours.