It’s been a tough year for all of the football clubs financially and this has been reflected on the market. Clubs are more inclined to do swap deals, sell to buy or simply avoid making any big investments at this time.
Milan may have a very stable ownership, but they are not immune to the situation and it has changed the evaluations. Jens Petter Hauge is a perfect example, as he’s not officially for sale but the Rossoneri would evaluate any offer that arrives.
As reported by Tuttosport (via MilanNews), Milan believe in the player a lot and since he didn’t cost much, it’s not an expensive gamble. On the other hand, if an interesting offer of around €12-15m arrives, they could consider it.
Hauge will have a meeting with the Milan management after the vacation and the situation will be clarified. In the event of a sale, then Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara would enjoy a big capital gain, which could be reinvested.