AC Milan linked with shock transfer for €40m-rated Premier League defender, double deals considered

According to a rumor, AC Milan considers the Champions League to be their primary objective, which is why the club’s ownership and administration are considering a few of reinforcements in January.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport (see below), participation in the premier European league is both a financial necessity and a source of pride for the present owners. They know the stadium is packed on those memorable evenings, and that the entire world is watching.

Access to the round of 16 ensures UEFA prize money of about €10 million, which would be added to ticket earnings, which can quadruple the takings; for example, the box office raked in €10.4 million in the first leg of the semi-final versus Inter.

That would be a nice boost to the finances, especially with the club attempting to intervene in January. Due to the difficulties in the attack, the club has decided to bring in a striker who can guarantee goals.


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Jonathan David is the name chosen, and the fact that he has a contract expiring in 2025 and has struggled so far this season (2 goals in 12 Ligue 1 games after scoring 24 last season) has lowered his asking price to €40m or even lower than the initial €60m.


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There are other candidates for the defense, including Jakub Kiwior of Arsenal, Lloyd Kelly of Bournemouth (who will most likely not depart in January), and now Benoît Badiashile.

The 22-year-old cost Chelsea over €40 million two years ago, but he was injured for a lengthy time in 2023 and is currently on the bench. Milan, who have previously followed him, are interested and may try to secure a loan deal.

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