AC Milan are set to take their level of spending up even further by securing the returns of Brahim Diaz and Sandro Tonali, a report claims.
According to today’s edition of Tuttosport (via MilanNews), the Rossoneri management are at work to strengthen the squad and are evaluating even the smallest expense with the utmost attention. Milan have already invested €46m into the market, which officially opens today, and nobody in Serie A has spent as much until now.
The latest €3m spent will go on the paid loan for Brahim Diaz, a player that the Milan will be able to sign permanently at the end of the 2021-22 season by paying another €19m to Los Blancos. Milan have completed €65m of operations in this market when adding the €15m (€13m plus €2m bonuses) for Mike Maignan plus the €28m to sign Fikayo Tomori permanently.
Maldini and Massara are also hoping to close the Sandro Tonali deal by tomorrow. Brescia should receive €10m in cash plus playmaker Giacomo Olzer as a counterpart, who is valued at €5m.
Terribly how naively and stupidly 65 million was spent without bringing a single star, and you get two stars for free, it is funny and sad to watch Maldini and Milan which now looks like a punching bag that everyone will be pounding from September 1st. Passionately and I can’t believe that Milan can’t buy Belloti, Ikone, Pessina … These are three players who must come to Milan at any cost
Saya pikir anda yang terlalu naif dan bodoh sebagai fans Milan..tahukah anda nilai kontrak Dona bisa mencapai 80M lebih hanya untuk dirinya sendiri?..65 juta untuk Kiper Juara Liegue 1, CB terbaik musim lalu ditambah dua pemain muda potensial adalah langkah cerdas Maldini dan Masara..Neraca keuangan klub adalah alasan milan harus matang dalam berhitung
You’re joking right?
You really think they’d pay that big contract Ramos wants or GiGi? Why would they come to Milan when we hardly can provide competition in Serie A.
@”I am Forzza”, yes, let’s spend 150m, when other clubs are spending 0 right now due to the financial conditions in football. Btw, I don’t know what your definition of “star” is but I hardly rank Belotti, Ikone and Pessina in that category. Go back to whatever rock you live under.
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