Milan enter Florenzi race

Milan have reportedly joined Juventus and city rivals Inter in the chase for Roma’s Alessandro Florenzi.

The Italian international is out of contract at the end of next season, though the Giallorossi are trying to tie him down to a new deal.

Florenzi’s priority is to remain with his boyhood club, and his entourage have asked for a five-year contract with a salary rising from €4m over the course of the deal.

Milan have reportedly joined Juventus and city rivals Inter in the chase for Roma’s Alessandro Florenzi.

The Italian international is out of contract at the end of next season, though the Giallorossi are trying to tie him down to a new deal.

Florenzi’s priority is to remain with his boyhood club, and his entourage have asked for a five-year contract with a salary rising from €4m over the course of the deal.

However, those figures are difficult for the capital club to meet, as they’re still operating with Financial Fair Play in mind.

Now Gazzetta dello Sport is reporting that Milan have joined Inter and Juventus attempting to sign the versatile 27-year-old.

The Nerazzurri are ready to push for his signature if they can’t sign Joao Cancelo outright from Valencia, and it’s thought they’d be favourites for his signature.

It was Luciano Spalletti who converted Florenzi from a midfielder to a rampaging full-back, and he may be keen to work with his former Coach once again.
 

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