Milan have inquired about Federico Redondo, the son of Fernando, who had an unlucky spell with them back in the day, as they might shore up their midfield in the future. Despite his short-term contract, Argentinos Juniors want €12M to part ways with the talent. The Rossoneri are unlikely to follow up on their interest in January, but they might try with more conviction in the summer, Gianluca Di Marzio relays.
Moreover, his side doesn’t want to let him go during the ongoing window. They should be more open for business in a few months, especially because his deal is up in a year in December 2024.
Milan have been keeping tabs on Redondo along with a few other top-tier clubs such as Manchester United, Real Madrid, and Liverpool, TeamTalk informs. He has turned heads in his first full-fledged season among the pros, tallying 2 goals and 2 assists in 58 appearances. He stars as a deep-lying midfielder like his father.
The youngster is a fixture of Argentina’s youth teams and has seven caps with the U-20 squad and four with the U-23 one. He’s been called up for the 2024 CONMEMBOL Pre-Olympic Tournament.
Fernando spent four years in Milan from 2000 to 2004 but spent most of them on the shelf due to a knee injury and retired right after.
Our Take on Milan and Redondo
Nothing wrong with some due diligence on a starlet, but the midfield isn’t exactly one of their most pressing needs.
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