Milan Linked with Galatasaray Ace Keen on Italy Return

Lucas Torreira touched base with a few Serie A sides, including Milan, in the summer. He recently admitted that he wanted to stay in Italy following the loan spell at Fiorentina. The right opportunity didn’t materialize. He transferred to Galatasaray to get regular playing time to have better chances to be called up for the World Cup, which he managed.

According to Tuttomercatoweb, the Uruguayan maestro might not stay for long in Turkey. He joined in a €6M move. His side will consider turning in an immediate profit. He could switch teams again if a suitor tendered €15M.

Milan could be in the mix for Torreira again, and the Cimbom are keen on fullback Fode Ballo-Touré, who might be on his way out. As per La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Rossoneri could make some adjustments in the midfield. Tiemoué Bakayoko has been on the chopping block for three straight windows at this point. Instead, Yacine Adli has gotten little playing time and could leave on loan.

Instead, the reigning Scudetto winners are high on Aster Vranckx, who should be used more often in the second half of the season. Tommaso Pobega extended his contract and is unlikely to depart.

Our Take on Milan and Torreira

Any team could use a player of his caliber, and instituting a three-man rotation with him, Sandro Tonali, and Ismael Bennacer would be a solid proposition and keep everybody fresh. However, it’s probably unlikely he’ll transfer again so soon. Plus, the Rossoneri would be better off going signing a powerhouse if they were to add to the role. The 26-year-old would be a palatable target for Roma, and he’s a regret for Juventus given the struggles of Leandro Paredes.

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