Milan Considering Backtracking on Agreement with Kamada

Daichi Kamada has come to terms with Milan a couple of weeks ago but has been in limbo ever since. His arrival was set up by previous directors Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara. Moreover, his agents weren’t registered in Italy at the time, which slowed things down. The Rossoneri are now weighing moving on from him altogether, DAZN reports.

They have already added Ruben Loftus-Cheek to their midfield. They have just one slot for a non-EU player remaining and seem keener on Villarreal’s Samuel Chukwueze. According to Calciomercato, he has turned down an offer from Saudi Arabia.

While Kamada might not join Milan after all, his future could still be in Italy. He has been proposed to Roma. Juventus have also been mildly attached to the 26-year-old old, as they could bring in an inventive player.

According to the journo Orazio Accomando, Inter also inquired about the Japanese international. They haven’t taken concrete steps toward signing him, but he could become an option down the line.

Our Take on Kamada and Milan

While he’d be a good opportunity, given the low cost of the signing, their new management seems to prefer different players, and there’s nothing wrong with that. The Nerazzurri are suspiciously active on midfielders not named Davide Frattesi. Maybe they have been priced out, or they’ll go for two quality additions.

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