Milan haven’t been deterred by Torino’s declarations about Alessandro Buongiorno and will keep looking for ways to sign him. They’ll make another attempt in the next few days even though his valuation is massive, Sky relays.
The Granata want €40M to sell their star. The Rossoneri wish to lower the request by inserting Lorenzo Colombo in the deal. He had a nice start with Monza but hasn’t scored in a couple of months. He logged 5 goals and 2 assists in 33 matches with Lecce in the past campaign. His team estimates him around €15M.
According to DAZN’s Orazio Accomando, Milan surely like Buongiorno, but it’ll be hard to pull off the coup in January. Instead, it’ll be more feasible in the summer.
The center-back was on the verge of transferring to Atalanta for roughly €30M in the summer. The two clubs had reached an agreement in principle, but he decided to stay put. On top of being steady in the back, he has put his name on the stat sheet thrice.
Our Take on Milan and Buongiorno
Nothing wrong with dreaming big, and it’s always better to make meaningful signings rather than lateral ones. However, since they have three solid defenders already, although all on the shelf currently, their interest in another top one begs the question of whether they are mulling cashing in on one in the summer. Malick Thiaw, Fikayo Tomori, and Pierre Kalulu wouldn’t lack suitors.
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