Tuttosport: Milan could make serious attempt for Openda despite €50m demand

By Isak Möller -

Lois Openda has been linked with AC Milan over the last few weeks but the competition is evident, and the price tag is not low. Regardless, the Rossoneri could give it a serious ho, a report claims. 

Milan need a striker following the departure of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, while both Divock Origi and Ante Rebic could leave this summer as well. Several players have been linked with the club and after Marcus Thuram said no, they will have to look elsewhere.

According to Tuttosport (via SempreMilan.it), Openda is still on the Rossoneri’s radar but Lens want a whopping €50m for their star. Milan have a bit of money from the Tonali sale and the price tag appears to be negotiable, which means they could at least try.

The 23-year-old, currently featuring in the U21 Euros, scored 21 goals in 38 league appearances this past season. He would be the perfect addition to the attack but the price has to be right.

Tags AC Milan Lens Lois Openda


  1. Maybe that’s what they mean by Moneyball as a new basis for management.

    Maybe they’re just going to spend even more money on players who are unproven in Serie A.

  2. Throw 50m into one player? The rest are f****d up. We only have another 50m to buy another 4-5 players. Maybe they will loan some of them

    1. Sounds like a bargain. After all, Milan spent 35M€ on one attacking player last summer and that almost brought us the scudetto, right? All-in on one Belgian. What could go wrong?


    I’m speechless, I thought Maldini and Masara was the problem.

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