Milan have added a new name to the shortlist to shore up their defense, Fulham’s Tosin Adarabioyo. They opened talks with his camp. His contract expires at the end of the campaign. Director Geoffrey Moncada reached out to his brother and agent to test the waters, Gianluca Di Marzio relays.
The Rossoneri appear more interested in bringing in for free, but a January attempt, paying a fee to the London outfit, can’t be ruled out. They aren’t the only team after him. He has starred 12 times across all competitions so far. He has been at the club since 2020 and has accumulated 119 appearances. The Italian side had tried something similar for Bournemouth’s Lloyd Kelly, but they were rebuffed.
Adarabioyo is the latest defender on the Milan radar ahead of the window’s homestretch. They have mulled several names so far, but each presents its own difficulties, Alfredo Pedullà informs. Clement Lenglet has resumed playing with consistency at Aston Villa; plus, he has sizeable wages, and Barcelona don’t mind him staying in the Premier League.
Brest are stocking a bidding war for Lilian Brassier. The Rossoneri like Jakub Kiwior, but Arsenal haven’t opened to a loan departure at this stage. They have also gathered intel on Sevilla’s Tanguy Nianzou.
Our Take on Milan, Adarabioyo, and Their Search for a New Defender
It’s smokescreen season, and, usually, when so many options have been mentioned, the right and closest one has been kept under wraps to work on it calmly.
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