EXCLUSIVE | Milan: Brazilian track in defense, but the price slows everything down

In addition to the midfielder, Milan also want to give Stefano Pioli a defender by the end of the summer transfer market

A midfielder and a central defender. The guidelines of the August market of Milan they have never changed. Among the difficulties generated by a limited budget and a company situation still in progress, the Rossoneri management is working hard to try to please Stefano Pegs. As for the rear, the hottest name remains that of Tangangabut the player of the Tottenham he was certainly not the only one monitored by Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara. Abdou Diallo and Evan Ndicka they have been at the center of real negotiations. In the last few hours, however, we have managed to gather information on another profile as well.

Stefano Pioli © LaPresse

According to what was collected by Calciomercato.itthe Rossoneri management had also entered the name of Morato. Available at 8-9 million euros until June 30, the 21-year-old Brazilian is now valued at 20 million since Benfica. A figure that has so far prevented the birth of any kind of negotiation and with which other clubs have also had to clash. He knows something about it Rennes which in July saw two offers rejected, the highest of 15 million plus 2 bonus, before the definitive turn on Arthur Theate of Bologna.

Calciomercato Milan, the Morato track too expensive

Calciomercato Milan, the Morato track too expensive
Morato © LaPresse

Under contract until June 30, 2024, the former San Paolo was hired by the Lusitanian club in September 2019, recognizing a small compensation to the tricolor club. The undisputed protagonist in this start of the season, Morato was employed as a starter in all six matches played by the Aguias (4 in the Champions League and 2 in the league), quitting the supporting role he had last year.

Waiting for the recovery of Lucas Verissimothe left-handed Paolo took full advantage of the opportunities granted to him by the new coach Roger Schmidtattracting the attention of some La Liga and Premier League clubs.

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