Goodbye Milan, the defender says goodbye: unexpected scenario

Milan fans are worried and anxious about the transfer market, the defender is ready to say goodbye in an unexpected way

The Rossoneri Milan she is ready to take back the scene in the league and in Europe, with new additions and several transfers around the corner that could set the summer transfer market on fire.

The Rossoneri management, on the market led by Furlani, Moncada and Ibrahimovicis working to give a gift to Paulo Fonseca, new coach of Milan, a team capable of competing. The Rossoneri fans dream big for the next transfer session, which will start again shortly.

There are many names marked and recorded in the management’s notebook, but first there are some details to sort out in your squad. Milan is working to strengthen its pillars, Maignan and Theo first and foremost, and then strengthen the current squad.

On the exit point, besides Simon Kjaer and Olivier Giroud, there are several players that they could sensationally leave Milanello in case of unmissable offers.

Despite the ongoing Championships, Milan never stops: the Rossoneri will try to win the best shots on the market, anticipating the competition and creating a respectable arsenal.

Milan’s goal is to return to fighting for the title, which was far too distant in the last two seasons: the club is ready to return to triumph again but, to do so, we need a team capable of significantly reducing the gap accumulated with the contenders for the Scudetto.

Pellegrino says goodbye to Milan, ready to return to his homeland

Marco Pellegrinoowned by AC Milan, he could leave permanently the Rossoneri to return to their homeland: theIndependent and the River Plate have begun to test the waters for the class of 2002.

Pellegrino, farewell to Milan and return to his homeland (lapresse)

The Argentine defender is fresh from his Serie A adventure with Salernitana, with whom he made ten appearances. In the first part of the season, however, the player was also used by the Rossoneri against .

After arriving last season from Platense on a permanent basis for around three million euros, now the young defender is ready to say goodbye to Italy to return to their country. In recent weeks the player also seems to be of interest to Sampdoria, who are looking for a defender for Serie B, but the ideas of 2002 seem very different and the return to his homeland is now ever closer.

We just have to wait for new market developments to find out the final decision that will await the player and whether the Argentine clubs will make an attempt to bring the young Marco Pellegrino home after his experience in Serie A.

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