Stefano Pioli seems to have changed his stance regarding Yacine Adli and would now be willing to include him in his plans, but the AC Milan management are unsure.
Our colleagues at SempreMilan.it write that there is some important news regarding Adli. The French midfielder has been linked with a number of clubs, but now seems to be part of Pioli’s plans for the season ahead.
The coach believes that Adli has unique characteristics that make him one of the few able, with the right adaptation, to play the role of regista – therefore as Rade Krunic’s deputy – box-to-box midfielder and as a playmaker in a 4-2-3-1.
However, Pioli’s choice has not yet received the total support of the Rossoneri management who are keeping their ears pricked in case offers arrive for the Franco-Algerian.
Giorgio Furlani and Geoffrey Moncada continue to ask for an amount of no less than €8.5m to sell the former Bordeaux star on a permanent deal.
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