Money Won’t Be a Problem for Milan in the Next Window

Milan will be well-armed with cash next summer without selling a linchpin as they did with Sandro Tonali last year. They still might, but it won’t be a necessity. The new Champions League will fetch €50M more on its own. In addition, they have some players out on loan who should be bought out for decent fees, La Gazzetta dello Sport informs.

While Divock Origi and Fode Ballo-Touré struggled in the Premier League and will head back, Atalanta, Bologna, and Monza are happy with the performances of Charles De Ketelaere, Alexis Saelemaekers, and Daniel Maldini. If they are all redeemed, the windfall will amount to €40M.

Milan fully plan to utilize most of their budget for a new no.9. Olivier Giroud’s departure is gaining traction. Joshua Zirkzee, Viktor Gyokeres, Jonathan David, and Benjamin Sesko are at the top of their wish list.

Per Fabrizio Romano, Los Angeles FC have sent their contract proposal. The Frenchman has richer offers from other clubs. He’ll decide near the end of the season.

According to Sportitalia, there have been no direct contacts with Gyokeres. Since he has multiple deep-pocketed suitors, Sporting CP will try to get the full amount of his release clause, €100M.

Our Take on Milan

Unless the ongoing investigation finds something shady that somehow hinders them, they’ll be the best-positioned Serie A side going into the summer. They don’t have many holes and will have to be surgical with their few additions to get closer to Inter.

Follow us on Google News for more updates on Serie A and Italian football

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *