AC Milan, after making several purchases, must sell some surplus plaers to start rebuilding the squad again.
Ante Rebic is now officially a player of Besiktas and soon, the Brazilian right-winger, Junior Messias, will join him there for no less than a fee around 5 million euros, with a permanent transfer deal. Negotiations are ongoing these days, but the Rossoneri do not intend to keep the former Crotone player, given the stiff competition with Chukwueze, Pulisic, and Romero.
As reported in the morning by La Gazzetta dello Sport, another club interested in Charles De Ketelaere is Marseille, despite his underwhelming season. Besides Aston Villa and former teammate Noa Lang's PSV, Marseille has entered the race for the player. Milan would like to sell him for around 28 million euros, and a loan deal doesn't seem to be well-received by the Furlani-Moncada pair (probably referring to key figures at AC Milan).
Finally, Ajax is interested in Adli (as already reported), but the Amsterdam club has not yet made a concrete offer.