AC Milan ultras agree to put off contract insurgent linked with Liverpool, Tottenham

AC Milan’s ultras will reportedly not goal contract insurgent Franck Kessie with abuse at Sunday’s house conflict with Lazio.

Kessie has been linked with a free-transfer transfer away from Milan subsequent summer season. Tottenham, Chelsea, Liverpool and Paris Saint-Germain have all been talked about as suitors for the Ivory Coast star.

Calciomercato even declare Paris Saint-Germain have already made a contract supply to Kessie.

PSG are understood to have positioned an £8.5m per yr deal on the desk. That’s apparently the type of contract Kessie is demanding in Milan.

Milan Live by way of Sport Witness, report that Kessie’s entourage are searching for round 7m web per season, however Milan’s supply in the intervening time is caught at €5.5m a yr.

The identical outlet namechecked PSG, Chelsea and Tottenham because the three golf equipment vying for Kessie.

However with the 24-year-old refusing to commit himself to the Rossoneri it was prompt that teams of the Curva Sud of Milan would make their emotions identified on the San Siro.


Tuttosport although report that Milan’s hardcore followers “have determined to not contest Kessie”.  There will probably be “no whistles” from the ultras, though “remoted protests in different areas of the San Siro” may happen.

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PSG’s hope

It’s understood the followers will try to make a constructive environment and try to make Kessie “really feel appreciated and necessary for the Milan surroundings”.

That would effectively all be in useless.

Todofichajes have acknowledged Kessie has ‘opted’ for PSG’s proposal that will see him signal as a free agent subsequent summer season. In doing so, he has reportedly rejected a proposal from Milan’s native rivals Inter.

Pochettino’s facet have change into synonymous with famous person free agent acquisitions in current occasions. In addition to Lionel Messi, PSG additionally acquired Georginio Wijnaldum, Sergio Ramos and Donnarumma for nothing this summer season.

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