Rossoneri working on reinforcement in the median: the names of Onyedika (Midtjilland), Sissoko (Strasbourg) and Onana (Bordeaux) resist
REBUS MIDFIELD, TAMEZE GOES ALSO
Several names have been combined with Milan, who are working on reinforcement in midfield. The latest is that of Adrien Tameze who, according to Corriere dello Sport, Verona would still like to keep and for which he asks no less than 10 million euros. The Gazzetta dello Sport writes that Frattesi has been offered but is valued by Sassuolo at 20 million euros. The hypotheses also remain alive Raphael Onyedika, class 2001 of Midtjilland, and Ibrahima Sissoko, class of 1997 of Strasbourg.
POBEGA RENEWS UNTIL 2027
“AC Milan is pleased to announce the renewal of Tommaso Pobega’s contract until 30 June 2027. Tommaso, born in 1999 and raised in the Rossoneri Youth Sector, will continue his history with Milan.”
BILD: MILAN IN CONTACT WITH N’DICKA
Milan does not even give up the track that leads to Evan N’Dicka, central and left winger of Eintracht Frankfurt. The German Bild writes it, according to which there would have been contacts in video call between Paolo Maldini and the defender of the German club, who however would like 20 million euros to let his player go.
DIALLO, THERE IS DISTANCE BETWEEN DEMAND AND OFFER
Diallo is the player identified by Milan to complete the lot of the central defenses after Romagnoli’s farewell. The player is especially liked for his flexibility and the ability to play even as a left winger, but the negotiation with PSG is not easy: the French champions are willing to let him go on loan, but would like the obligation to redeem. Maldini and Massara, on the other hand, do not want to go beyond the law. The parties will continue to talk to each other in search of the square. The alternative is always Tanganga, but even with Tottenham the crux is the purchase formula.
MIDFIELD: MONCADA RECOMMENDS ONANA
Onana is the ideal replacement for Kessie. Moncada is sure of it, who followed him for a year and warmly recommended him to Maldini and Massara. The Bordeaux player costs 8-9 million, an evaluation in line with the budget remaining in the Rossoneri’s coffers, but at the moment the AC Milan players are considering various options.
MIDFIELD: SARR PROFILE THAT INTRIGATES
As said for days, Pape Matar Sarr is a profile that intrigues Maldini and Massara a lot. Tottenham, however, do not want to lose control over a player they consider to be of great prospect and, therefore, would be willing to let him go on loan only, an option that, at the moment, Milan does not take into consideration.