A victory against the Bergamo-based club Atalanta meant that the AC Milan team still needs only one point to secure the Scudetto triumph. But, the game that remains is against Sassuolo away from home. It is definitely not an easy one. Domenico Berardi and his teammates beat the Rossoneri at the San Siro earlier this season 3-1. But, Stefano Pioli and his men will surely be doing everything they can to get the much-deserved Serie A title. This is why Paolo Maldini, Frederic Massara and Ivan Gazidis are all showing their full support to the coach, staff and players. For now, that is all that matters while all transfer market topics are to be looked at once the season is over with Milan hopefully awarded Italy’s champions.
When the season ends, the Rossoneri will be looking into many profiles who could be available in transfer market window. In this regard, a midfielder of Valencia Carlos Soler This year, so far, he made 36 appearances topped by 12 goals and 5 assists between La Liga and Copa del Rey.
Carlos Soler is destined to change air and go to another club, it seems, as evidenced by some audio from president Anil Murthy whoch was intercepted by the media: “He wants his family to be well, but I say to him give me an offer, because if he leaves for free in January I will kill him in the press. I will put 100 thousand euros in to kill him. You have to bring in money. You came through the academy and the club has invested in you.”
The player’s contract expires in June 2023 and Valencia are clearly looking to sell him to cash in on him as much as they can instead of losing him on a free.
According to Todofichajes.com, (relayed by Calciomercatonews.com), a renewal now between the player and the club seems like a very complicated situation.
Serie A giants AC Milan are reportedly thinking seriously of making a move for the Spanish star who is a 25-year-old central midfielder.
The pricetag, however, is how for AC Milan now: a significant 30 – 35 million euros would be needed with FC Barcelona monitoring the situation with great care and interest. The Rossoneri, however, could at least give it a try and see if a deal can be done.