There have been new signs that Tiemoue Bakayoko is ready and willing to do what it takes to return to AC Milan, according to a report.
A number of sources have reported that the Frenchman is intent on rejoining Milan in the upcoming transfer window, with MilanNews claiming that the club’s management dream of creating a Bennacer-Bakayoko pairing in midfield, as part of Rangnick’s new-look 4-4-2 system.
TMW reported recently that Bakayoko will be sold by the Premier League side during the upcoming window after he returned from Monaco, who opted not to use their option to buy, with Milan preparing a substantial package to tempt him back.
According to reports from Tuttosport on Friday (via MilanNews), new signs of an opening from Bakayoko regarding a move back to Milan have arrived in the last hours from the player himself.
For his possible return to the Rossoneri to take flight, however, a sacrifice by the Frenchman on his salary will be needed.
It has been widely reported that Chelsea paid €45million to sign Bakayoko from Monaco.