Milan Linked to Real Madrid Misfit and Former Loanee

Milan are examining more alternatives in their search for midfielders and have been linked to an old acquaintance, Aster Vranckx, and Dani Ceballos, who might leave Real Madrid in the summer. The youngster has flourished after they elected not to keep him following an underwhelming loan spell.

According to Tuttomercatoweb, the Rossoneri asked for a discount because they believed in the player’s potential. However, Wolfsburg didn’t grant it, and they moved on. They tried again in January, when they ultimately signed Filippo Terracciano.

Vranckx and Ceballos are likely to be on the move for different reasons in the next window, which helps Milan and their other suitors. The contract of the former expires in 2025, and he doesn’t want to extend it. He might be called up by Belgium for the Euro since he’s having a solid campaign. Lazio and Napoli are also keeping tabs on him.

Instead, the Spaniard could depart to play more, Mundo Deportivo relayed. He has appeared 21 times for a total of 505 minutes. The Rossoneri have often done business with Real Madrid, most recently involving Brahim Diaz and Alex Jimenez. Atletico Madrid, Betis, and Newcastle are monitoring the situation as well.

Our Take on Milan, Vranckx, and Ceballos

When there’s smoke, there might be some fire. They’ll have to decide which direction to go, as they are reportedly eyeing very different players. Assan Ouédraogo is probably the most believable target of the lot.

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  1. Ceballos should go elsewhere and not Milan. He rejected us years back, wanted to only accept a dry loan rather than loan with buyout clause. Now he’s surplus to requirements and Milan should be a dumping ground especially for such players, who may like to leave for Madrid once he develops into a star player.

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