Milan Re-Accelerate Negotiation to Sign USMNT Star

Milan will soon welcome Tijjani Reijnders, but they won’t stop there in the midfield, as they have scheduled a new round of talks with Valencia for Yunus Musah. They were on the verge of sealing the deal a couple of weeks ago, but then the Spanish side changed its mind, Relevo informs.

Los Che had basically accepted a €13M offer plus €4M add-ons but then decided to ask for €25M. The Rossoneri have upped their previous bid, and the agreement is close.

While they’ll have to haggle some more, Milan plot to make Musah their third midfield signing after Reijnders and Loftus-Cheek. Even though he plays for the United States, he doesn’t count against the quota of extra-EU purchases since he has an Italian passport.

The choice to fill the second and final spot in that sense is currently down to Samuel Chukwueze and Mehdi Taremi, although both have sizeable price tags.

Our Take on Milan and Musah

They surely need another quality man to be at ease depth-wise and preferably reduce Rade Krunic’s role. The only qualm is that all three new starters have no Serie A experience. Still, if they adjusted in a hurry, it’d be a dynamic and well-rounded midfield. The ensuing moves make reneging on the agreement with Daichi Kamada more understandable.

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