Tuttosport: Doubts in the No.10 position for Milan – two potential exits and a target named

By Oliver Fisher -

One of the areas that could undergo change for AC Milan this summer is the attacking midfield department, according to a report. 

As per this morning’s edition of Tuttosport (via MilanNews), the future of Hakan Calhanoglu and Brahim Diaz is still to be decided as things stand, with the former on a contract which expires at the end of June and the latter only on a dry loan from Real Madrid.

If the Turkey international decides to leave Milan and an agreement is reached with Real Madrid to keep Brahim, the Rossoneri management will look for only one attacking midfielder on the market. Josip Ilicic – who should say farewell to Atalanta in the coming months – remains among the main candidates.

If Real Madrid decided to keep Brahim Diaz and to not loan the Spaniard out for another season the it is possible that the situation could change for the Rossoneri.

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Tags AC Milan Brahim Diaz Hakan Calhanoglu josip Ilicic

1 Comment

  1. This is the funniest thing I’ve heard so far, you were really born for a comedy journalist you have a funny imagination. First of all Diaz doesn’t want to stay in Milan he wants to play Real Madrid that was Diaz’s clear position. Secondly, if Colhanoglu leaves and leaves for sure, because after Donnarumma, who wants to stay in Milan, if the Club’s policy is that everyone who asks for 5 million more can leave the Club. If Milan loses Colhanoglu, they will need an excellent player in that position, and it will be difficult to find less than 40 million euros. Of course, ELIOT does not care about that, it is not the club that matters to him, only money, so Maldini and Massara will have to settle for players like Krunic, Meite, Daniele Maldini and some other small players who are not worth more than 15 million.

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