AC Milan’s market strategy has been called into question by the newspaper Tuttosport as there is a lack of movement on any of the negotiations.
Today’s edition of Tuttosport (via PianetaMilan) talks about the situations that Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara are currently grappling with, namely the soap operas regarding Charles De Ketelaere, Renato Sanches and Hakim Ziyech.
De Ketelaere: The newspaper reports that a stalemate has developed between Milan and Club Brugge. There is a sense of annoyance which is understandable, but the Rossoneri could still raise their bid to the €35m asking price but without a step from both sides, the deal will not close. In the meantime, De Ketelaere is waiting and has an agreement with Milan over a five-year deal worth €2.5m net per year.
Ziyech: What is certain is that the Moroccan does not want to stay at Chelsea and has given a mandate to the agency Roc Nation to find an agreement with Milan, but the obstacle of his €6m net per season salary remains, as well as the fact that he is an alternative to De Ketelaere.
Renato Sanches: Despite the rumours from France that suggest the midfielder is heading for PSG, Milan are still in the running for the Portuguese midfielder but yet again they are content with waiting and seeing how things develop rather than launching a decisive move in some way.