Milan finds Kessie's successor in England, Liverpool attempts Pioli's starter - Just Football
Tuesday, September 27

Milan finds Kessie’s successor in England, Liverpool attempts Pioli’s starter

Milan lost target Renato Sanches. The Portuguese midfielder will continue his career at PSG, while the Italian champions have set their sights on the Premier League over Franck Kessie’s replacement.

The chosen one of the duo Maldini-Massara is Pape Matar Sarr, the 19-year-old from Tottenham, who last year made his debut with the national team of Senegal. The African player is activated in the center of the midfield. Spurs bought him for 17 million euros last year from Metz.

The Reds are looking for him on loan, talks with Fabio Paratici – Tottenham’s sporting director – continue and Milan leaders are rushing to place Sarr as soon as possible under the orders of Stefano Pioli.

Paratici requests that in the loan of the player to the team from Milan, the condition of forced purchase from Milan at the end of the season for an amount that has not yet been determined.

Meanwhile, Liverpool have targeted Ismaël Bennacer as the right reinforcement for the middle of the field. Jurgen Klopp is very fond of the 24-year-old Algerian, who has a €50m release clause.

Anyway, Bennacer is untouchable and Milan does not even intend to be deprived of his services at this moment. Tiemoue Bakayoko, who has interest from Galatasaray, is ready with his suitcase, says Just Football.

Renato Júnior Luz Sanches; born 18 August 1997 is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Ligue 1 club Lille and the Portugal national team.

Sanches began his career at Benfica, making his professional debut for the reserves in October 2014 and for the first team in October 2015. In his first and only season with them, he helped Benfica win the Primeira Liga and Taça da Liga double, being awarded Primeira Liga Breakthrough Player and Golden Boy in the process.

Sanches’ performances then attracted German side Bayern Munich, who signed him in July 2016 for an initial €35 million, the highest fee at the time for a Portuguese player playing in the Primeira Liga. /Just Football/

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