Calciomercato Milan, negotiations have begun for the signing

Calciomercato Milan, negotiations have begun for the signing
Calciomercato Milan, negotiations have begun for the signing

Franck Kessie’s renewal is not the only one to be resolved at Milan. Attention also focused on those of Simon Kjaer and Alessio Romagnoli. The point

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With the break for the national teams and the field a little further away, the transfer market back as protagonist. The magnifying glass is clearly on renewals. Of Franck Kessie There has been much talk: the negotiation is currently blocked and hardly the Milan will decide to take a step towards the demands of the player and his entourage.

The Rossoneri have put on the table an offer from 6 / 6.5 million euro neti, including bonuses. Offer that appears far from the requests and the possible proposal of the Psg, who intends to bring the Ivory Coast midfielder under the Eiffel Tower. The risk of losing Kessie to zero is very real. Now there is very little time to find an agreement.


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The point on Romagnoli and Kjaer

Sky Sport also took stock of the negotiations related to the two players, who will see their contracts expire on June 30th. We are talking about Alessio Romagnoli e Simon Kjaer. The most important updates are linked to the captain: Milan would, in fact, have initiated contacts for the extension. There is a willingness to hold on to the class 1995 but it will be necessary to understand if the offer will be considered satisfactory by him and his entourage. In recent weeks, we have registered interest on the player from Juventus e Lazio. It will be clearly up to Alessio Romagnoli to decide what to do with his future.

Completely different situation is that of Simon Kjaer. Except for sensational twists, the parties will go on together. There is no money problem and consequently even less haste: the renewal of the Danish appears, in fact, to have an ending already written. Too important both on and off the pitch to let him go.

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Calciomercato Milan negotiations begun signing

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