home midfielder, summer The AcMilan midfield is ready

The AcMilan midfield is ready

Moment of reflection about the market in the Milan home. The company, after the frenzy of these first two months, intends to take some time to think about possible moves along with Vincenzo Montella.

Priority remains the attacker, but it also works for other roles. In midfield the hottest name is that of Renato Sanches, but are also expected to move out. One of the top of the list is José Ernesto Sosa, not summoned for the challenge against Craiova just because it is on the market. For him, interesting offers came from Turkey: Argentine would prefer other shores, but it is now also considering these hypotheses. And his future is linked to that of Manuel Locatelli.

The young midfielder did not go to court on Thursday in Craiova in favor of Riccardo Montolivo. Former Spring is faced with a decision: to ask for a loan transfer or to remain aware of being a mere reserve.
Ac Milan could consider the idea of ​​leaving the 1998 class (Torino interested in the loan) if Sosa was to remain; This is a possible scenario since the former Besiktas is firmly in position, that is to remain in the Rossoneri. In the last few hours there would be a slight insertion of Boca Juniors, but it needs an important offer.

Lucas Biglia‘s arrival not only surely removes the title, but also the captain’s band. The former Fiorentina can not be excited about this situation that was created, but for him did not come any kind of interesting offer. That’s why the footballer is set to stay in Rossonero is to reserve for Argentine. But the latest rumors about a possible assault on Fiorentina’s Milan Badelj could further complicate the situation of Milan’s current captain.

Lastly, there is also José Mauri. Former Parma has impressed society and coach for the commitment and determination shown in this pre-championship, but could leave from one moment to the next in the coming days. There is a timid interest of Bologna for him: Roberto Donadoni has trained him at the time of Parma and would welcome him with open arms.

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