Source claims Chelsea-owned midfielder could return to Milan on two conditions
By Isak Möller -

After leaving AC Milan last summer, Tiemoue Bakayoko could make a return to the club just one year later. Currently on loan at Monaco, the latter have no intention of redeeming him at the end of the season. 

According to Alessandro Jacobone, Bakayoko is dreaming of a return to the Rossoneri and has told his entourage to send signals to the club. However, the transfer can only materialize on two conditions.

First of all, as the journalist explains, it’s necessary to understand of Milan’s next manager would approve the deal. By the looks it, Ralf Rangnick will lead the youth revolution and it will thus be up to him to decide.

In addition to that, the Rossoneri would also have to offload a player. Franck Kessie has always been loyal to the club but in recent transfer windows, he has come close to leaving as there isn’t a lack of suitors.

Should Milan sell him, then they could use the money (roughly €20-25m) to sign Bakayoko and thus reunite with the Frenchman.

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