Brugge continues to ask for 35 million, but it is hoped that the player can force his hand into the club’s corner
Milan: ULTIMATUM IN BRUGES FOR DE KETELAERE
From Austria, where Milan will continue his summer training, our correspondent Claudio Raimondi announced that the Rossoneri have informed Brugge that they do not intend to wait more than 24/36 hours to receive an answer regarding the latest offer. Ketelaere (33 million bonus including additional percentage for future resale). If the Belgian club does not accept the proposal, Milan is ready to deal with other goals.
Renato Sanchez, agreement with Paris Saint-Germain regarding participation
Renato Sanchez is closer to Paris Saint-Germain. The Portuguese midfielder, a target for Milan, would in fact have reached an agreement with the Parisian club on the salary, 5 million euros per season. It remains to find an agreement with Lille (with which the player concludes a contract until June 30, 2023), who would prefer not to sell it to a direct competitor.
From Belgium: AC MILAN is prohibited from returning to DE KETELAERE
While rumors were coming from England about a possible Milan relaunch of Charles de Kettleri, from Belgium, and in particular from Belgian RTL journalist Alexandre Bryckmann, a sharp denial arrived: the Rossoneri wrote to the journalist on his personal Twitter page, the show has not been raised and the distance between the two parties remains unchanged: 30 + 2 bonus money placed on the board by Maldini and Massara, 35 million requested by Bruges. The deadline is Tuesday.
CHUKWUEMEKA, the premiere is ready
With Renato Sanchez increasingly heading towards Paris, Milan are aiming directly at Carne Chukwemica, an Aston Villa midfielder in the 2003 class who has a contract expiring in 2023 and is ready to make the first offer to Villans, who are currently asking for €20m. Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona like the player too.
AC Milan in Pool for Mancini, 2004 CLASS FORWARD
Milan have an advantage over the 2004 Vicenza striker Tommaso Mancini. Calciomercato.com reports. Juventus, Empoli and clubs abroad are also following in the player’s footsteps.
NDICKA, EINTRACHT DS Speaks: ‘We know about interest’
for kickerEintracht’s sporting director, Marcus Croce, spoke about the issue of the Rossoneri’s interest in midfielder Ivan Ndica: “”We know Milan’s interest. No performances yet.” Ndicka remains an alternative track to Tanganga’s.
Tanganga puts pressure on Tottenham: He wants AC Milan
Yafit Tanganga is pressing Tottenham to close the deal with Milan. The parties are negotiating and the hurdle to overcome is the formula: The Rossoneri want a onerous loan with the right to redeem, and Spurs are pressing for the commitment. Gazzetta dello Sport reported this.
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