CM: Milan evaluating idea of terminating midfielder’s loan – an ‘almost necessary solution’

By Oliver Fisher -

The Milan management are now concretely considering the idea of terminating Yacine Adli’s loan at Bordeaux early to bring him into the squad, it is claimed.

On deadline day night, Milan announced the signing of Adli from Bordeaux in a deal which was completed before the Italian transfer window closed at 8pm. The midfielder, who turned 21 last month, has signed a five-year contract with the Rossoneri and it was agreed that Adli would be sent back to the French side on loan for this season.

According to what is being reported by Daniele Longo of Calciomercato.com though, Milan are evaluating the idea of ending his loan a few months early. Considering the objective difficulties of the midfield and the African Cup of Nations in January that will take Kessie and Bennacer away for a month, it could be an ‘almost necessary solution’.

Evaluations are in progress among the management to understand whether it would be the right move, but given Bakayoko and Bennacer’s struggles this season it could well be very appealling.


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1 Comment

  1. Stam says:

    This would destroy our credibility thus nobody would accept our buy&loan deals.

    Never a good idea to force growth on young players, this is not football manager.

    He could get injured here. Start with physical team and then sign new players.

    If we are seriously looking at this while neglecting Daniele to bench, then it is proof we have clueless managment.

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