After the De Ketelaere coup, the Milan is currently in a market stalemate. Maldini and Massara are trying to close the picture giving Stefano Pioli a new midfielder and another central defender. Precisely for the Rossoneri rearguard, the name that is back in vogue again is that of Abdou Diallo.
The Senegalese defender has long been on the sidelines of the project PSG and is waiting for a team that can relaunch him at best.
Diallo is a physically strong southpaw, capable of covering both the role of central defender and left-back. In addition, the former Monaco has already had the opportunity to play more than twenty matches in the Champions League, gathering enough experience. In short, what Milan has targeted is a ideal footballer to give Mister Pioli an alternative to the center, as well as to let Kalulu, Tomori or even Theo Hernandez catch his breath.
For Diallo, however, Milan did not make significant steps forward with PSG. The Rossoneri, in fact, remain oriented towards obtaining the player solely with the formula of loan with right of redemption. For which the Parisians still do not ‘open’.
In any case, his possible arrival at the Rossoneri would not be an urgency. Should Milan’s assault on Diallo not materialize, Pioli would keep in the squad Matteo Gabbia and the defense of the Devil would remain intact.