It's reported Kamada is close to Milan for 3m net
Nice deal if it's true. He can replace Baim Diaz
It's reported Kamada is close to Milan for 3m net
It's 20 mln, but first we need to sell Dumfries for 40.milan's budget confirmed. what about Inter budget?
At least Milan are investing the money they have gained.Milan want to invest in a new number nine in the summer and are preparing to open talks with Folarin Balogun and his entourage.
The 21-year-old Arsenal loanee has shone this season in France, scoring 20 goals in 35 Ligue 1 games for Stade Reims. Despite his impressive season, the Gunners are willing to sell the American striker in the summer and ready to listen to offers, pushing the Rossoneri to make a move.
Milan have a clear lack of options up front this season, heavily relying on veteran striker Olivier Giroud, so it’s no surprise that they’re looking to pick up a new centre forward in the summer.
Daniele Longo of Calciomercato.com details how Milan have budgeted at least €50m for the summer transfer market and want to invest in Balogun, who could be the perfect solution for their striking problems.
Contact with his agents will begin before the end of the season, but there are two key problems for the Rossoneri to overcome. The first is competition, with clubs across Europe like RB Leipzig keen on picking up the 21-year-old.
The second issue is his €30m price tag, something that Milan may be forced to pay should they want to secure the talented American striker.
Roma linked with Tielemans. We should be all over him
it's not like Milan is lacking of forwards. they still have Origi and Giroud at their ranks.View attachment 8358
I don't think that Scamacca will resolve their problems.
Origi is on his way out of Milan.it's not like Milan is lacking of forwards. they still have Origi and Giroud at their ranks.
Who will be poaching 28 years old SMS? EPL I guess?Lazio have qualified for the Champions League, but director of sport Igli Tare drops a huge hint he is leaving this summer and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic could do the same. ‘We need to evaluate what is best for the club.’
The news came through this evening that Juventus have been docked 10 points in the capital gains scandal, which automatically bumps the Biancocelesti up to second.
“It was not an easy situation to deal with, knowing you are in one day and out the next, that can really affect the motivation of the players. The sooner there is clarity, the better for everyone,” Tare told Sky Sport Italia.
It also means Maurizio Sarri’s men cannot now be caught and will be in the Champions League next season along with Scudetto winners Napoli and two more clubs.
There could also in theory be a fifth, if Roma win the Europa League and do not finish in the top four in Serie A.
“It is enormously satisfying, the fruits of the work done by the coach, players and club who created a squad for this level. We had a season with many positive moments and a few that weren’t, but that is part of the growth process for a side that is in the process of raising the bar.”
Lazio had not qualified for the Champions League since 2020-21, when they reached the Round of 16, but that was the lone appearance in the group stage since 2007-08.
However, Tare might not be the man who is helping Sarri put together the squad over the summer, as he practically confirmed his exit.
“I have great affection and love for this club, I was here for 18 years overall and that is a bond that will never be broken. My contract expires in just over a month, we need to evaluate with the President what is best, but I too will consider what is best for my future.
“I have been at this club for a long time. At the end of a journey, it is right to evaluate and make the right decision, above all for the club. I am clear on my own ideas, I will talk to the President, but there aren’t many things to clarify. What matters is what is best for the club and I will play my part in that.”
Much has been said in the media about Tare’s fractious rapport with coach Sarri, so he reveals they even joked about it.
“We bought each other boxing gloves at the start of the season… I don’t know where these stories come from and who put them out there. It was a different rapport with Simone Inzaghi, but my admiration for Sarri remains the same. Both the President and I wanted to bring him to Lazio.
“I always expressed my thoughts within the club. There’s no doubt we both have strong characters, but what ties us is wanting what is best for Lazio. Each of us contributed to achieving our target this season.”
Tare isn’t the only one who looks to be leaving Lazio this summer, as Milinkovic-Savic has also been linked with a departure, seeing as his contract is running down in June 2024.
“For the good of everyone, we will sit around a table and clarify this. What I say for me is also valid for him, he has a strong bond with Lazio, he admires and respects the club and coach. Anything can happen, including that he could be sold to another club.”
The negotiations for a new deal seem improbable, so Milinkovic-Savic has reportedly promised he won’t let his contract run down and leave as a free agent.
Carnevali wants a bidding war but the player could reject EPL and force his way to an italian club, just like Locatelli did.The midfielder had been on the verge of a transfer to his boyhood club Roma last summer, but the two sides failed to agree terms. He is sure to be back at the centre of speculation this summer, having been linked with the likes of Milan, Juventus and Napoli.
“I have not spoken to him about which clubs could be interested. As of today, I am trying to understand what the best opportunity for Sassuolo is, and for the moment that is from a Premier League club,” Carnevali told Sky Sport Italia.
“It is premature to discuss it now, but we will all together try to figure out if there really will be an important proposal from one of these Italian clubs.”