Milan Will Have to Find New Homes for Struggling Loanees

Milan offloaded Divock Origi and Fode Ballo-Touré at the last minute in the summer window, sending them to the Premier League, but they’ll have to arrange new transfers in the coming months since they have very slim chances of getting bought out by their current teams, Calciomercato informed.

The Belgian striker moved to Nottingham Forest on loan with a €4.5M option to buy. The Dirty Trees are taking care of his €4M wages. He has appeared 17 times and has scored just once in an FA Cup match. He still has two years on his contract with the Rossoneri. The management is looking for a solution in the MLS or Turkey. He was brought in on a Bosman move, but his salary is cumbersome.

Fode Balo-Touré joined Fulham on deadline day and has featured even less than his fellow Milan outcast Origi. He has logged just 53 total minutes in the Premier League. His valuation, which wasn’t high to begin with, has decreased in recent years. He was onboarded for a €5.4M fee. He could head back to Ligue 1 in the summer.

While the Rossoneri will miss out on a small income for such a duo, they could get a similar sum from Monza for Daniel Maldini. After needing to adjust for a while, he has shown well in recent matches. Adriano Galliani would like to keep him permanently. Milan will have to make a decision since his contract expires in 2025.

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