Milan Far Away from Resolutions in Talks with Top Duo

Milan want enormous fees to part ways with Theo Hernandez and Mike Maignan, but they need to step up their efforts to renew their contracts if they want to ensure they’ll stay put for a few years. Both are tied to the until 2026.

According to Matteo Moretto (via SOSFanta), the discussions with the French star have yet to start for real. He makes €5M annually. Bayern Munich are keeping an eye on him as they might lose Alphonso Davies. Some Premier League teams have inquired, but there has been no official proposal. Something is moving in Saudi Arabia. The emissaries suggested the local clubs would offer him €20M per year. The fullback’s priority is to continue with the Rossoneri or, eventually, in Europe.

Milan set €100M price tags for Hernandez and Maignan to protect themselves from the likely summer bids, Corriere dello Sport informs. The goalkeeper is being tracked by the Bavarians, PSG, and Chelsea. The talks with him are more challenging.

While the defender is due for a touch-up, the goalkeeper demands a significant raise. The club has tendered €4.5M, while he wants at least €6M.

According to TuttoSport, while Hernandez and Rafael Leao are untouchable, Milan could potentially sacrifice Maignan for a €70/80M offer. Another shocking departure like Sandro Tonali’s one can’t be ruled out. The other candidates are Ismael Bennacer, who has a €50M release clause, and Fikayo Tomori, who’s worth around €40M.

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