Pobega, Milan

Milan Change Stance on Pobega, Eintracht Preparing Raise for Winger

Tommaso Pobega is fully taking advantage of his playing time in the early friendlies and his earning a spot in the Milan roster for next season. The Rossoneri had considered cashing him on in since they got some good offers, but he could stay and serve as the fourth midfielder next season. Instead, Jens Petter-Hauge remains likely to leave due to Eintracht Frankfurt's interest.
Kaio Jorge, Juventus, Santos

Milan Have Agreement with Kaio Jorge but Juventus Have Not Given Up

Milan are in pole position to sign Kaio Jorge from Santos. They have come to terms with his agent Giulio Bertolucci, which puts them in a good spot. However, they will not spend the €10M asked by the Brazilian club to complete the deal. Juventus are chasing after the 19-year-old striker as well. Both Italian sides are willing to offer at most €5/6M to sign him right away.
Milan will probably have to pick a new captain ahead of next season, and Sandro Tonali is the early favorite in the clubhouse.

Milan Seal the Deal for Two Returns, Reject Eintracht Offer for Youngster

Milan have managed to keep two of their own, as Sandro Tonali and Brahim Diaz will remain with the team next season. The two youngsters were on loan from Brescia and Real Madrid in the past campaign. The Rossoneri negotiated at length with both sides, but they have finally come to terms. The duo should be present for the start of the pre-season camp on July 8th. In the meantime, Eintracht Frankfurt is after Jens-Petter Hauge.
Dalot, Milan, Real Madrid

Milan Facing Competition from Real Madrid to Sign Man United Fullback

Milan and Real Madrid are discussing multiple players, but they are also dueling for the same target. Carlo Ancelotti instructed the Merengues to try signing Diogo Dalot from Manchester United. The Red Devils do not want to let him go out on loan again and value him €15M. In other roles, Milan are closing in on a new agreement with Brescia for Sandro Tonali and will take into consideration the offers for Jens-Petter Hauge.