Milan In Advanced Talks to Complete Three Additions

Milan have identified their next three purchases, Tijjani Reijnders, Christian Pulisic, and Alvaro Morata, and the negotiations with their respective clubs are progressing. The management is optimistic they will join sooner rather than later, La Gazzetta dello Sport informs.

The Dutch midfielder appears to be the trickiest to sign. The Rossoneri tendered €16M plus add-ons, while AZ Alkmaar countered with a €25M request. The two clubs might meet in the middle. The player is ready to transfer to Serie A and has put his other suitors on hold, including Barcelona.

Similarly to Reijnders, Milan need to raise their offer for Pulisic, while Morata is a different matter. They have gotten closer to Chelsea’s demands after initially proposing €14M. The good relationship between the two clubs could help.

As for the Spaniard, he’s eager to move back to Italy after his spells at Juventus. He signaled he could shave his €6.5M salary and accept a four-year contract with €5M wages. According to the outlet, there’s a €20M release clause in his new contract, but he could depart for €12M including taxes. They want to conclude the deal soon because the Bianconeri might pursue him if they sold Dusan Vlahovic.

While Milan are confident for Reijnders, Pulisic, and Morata, two further signings need some work. They came to terms with Yunus Musah and Samuel Chukwueze, but Valencia and Villarreal are resisting.

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