Tuttosport: Milan closing in on agreement with French club over talented forward – the fee

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are interested in signing talented young forward Amine Adli from Toulouse and have learned his asking price, according to a report.

Today’s edition of Tuttosport (via MilanLive) writes that that the Rossoneri are actually close to a final agreement with Toulouse on the basis of a deal worth €12m. It is not a small figure for such a young player, given Adli is just 21 years of age and is playing in the second division, but at the same time many European clubs are interested in him.

Several German Bundesliga teams asked for information on Adli, who was recently named the Ligue 2 player of the year, but Maldini and Massara have moved fast in the last few days. Adli would represent a safe investment for the future as he is naturally left-handed and technically very gifted, meaning he could very well be an ideal replacement for the struggling Samu Castillejo.


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3 Comments

  1. RF says:

    Bad decision. You’re just become another Cristante, Locatelli, Pobega, Hauge, Pesina etc.

    1. Xenophobia says:

      You are right

  2. Aaditya Verma says:

    Get samu and krunic out of the team invest on hauge and adli and more young talents, you have Colombo and roback waiting to be next strikers why not promote them and try them? Investments like meite,krunic and samu are like parasites to the quality of the team.
    We want to see hauge, roback rebic and more young talents on the pitch, hauge can read the game,rebic is deadly finisher and adli can be versatile and flairy player.

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