AC Milan are ready to allow midfielder Franck Kessie to leave in January with two clubs from abroad in pole position, a report claims.
It has not been a good few weeks for Kessie, who found himself displaced in the starting line-up by Rade Krunic before being left out of the squad altogether for the game away at Juventus for poor levels of training – as director Ricky Massara confirmed.
Calciomercato.it recently claimed that four Premier League sides are monitoring his situation, namely Arsenal, Spurs, West Ham and Wolves.
According to MilanNews.it – which cites Tuttosport – the 22-year-old’s time time at Milan is most likely over and in January he will leave the club.
The report adds that Napoli sporting director Cristiano Giuntoli has always dreamed of signing the former Atalanta man, but at the moment the Monaco and Wolverhampton seem to be in the lead.
Calciomercato.com recently claimed that due to issues related to the balance sheet, Milan have set their starting asking price at €25m for Kessie.