Milan Aim to Keep Theo, Plotting Moves at Fullback

Milan might receive some offers for Theo Hernandez but aren’t actively shopping him. In reality, they haven’t even set a price tag for him despite some rumors of that ilk. At this stage, there haven’t been tangible bids for him, Fabrizio Romano reports (via SOSFanta).

The Frenchman has occasionally been linked to Bayern Munich, as Real Madrid are going after Alphonso Davies. Los Galacticos might also be keen should they miss out on the Canadian defender, Tuttomercatoweb informs. It’d be a return.

Milan will need to come to terms with Theo Hernandez on a new contract sooner rather than later. The current expiration date is 2026. The parties aren’t really negotiating at the moment. He makes €5M and would like a raise, TuttoSport informs (via OneFootball).

The Rossoneri will have a few moving parts on the defensive wings even if their ace does stay as they’d prefer. They are seeking a right-back but have run into some issues for Matty Cash and Emerson Royal, whose price tags are large. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Lille aren’t in a rush to sell Tiago Santos either, and the player hasn’t asked out.

Moreover, Milan might have to search for a Theo Hernandez deputy, as Alessandro Florenzi and Paulo Fonseca butted heads during their at Roma, leading to the departure of the Giallorossi staple. His contract is up in 2025. The two will have to patch up their relationship to make it work, Calciomercato informs.

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