Milan open Sarr talks with Tottenham but have three more targets

Paolo Maldini

Milan are still looking for midfield reinforcement and according to Il Corriere dello Sport, Paolo Maldini has targeted Adrien Tameze, Seko Fofana and Tottenham starlet Pape Matar Sarr.

The Rossoneri are still looking for a replacement for Franck Kessié who has joined Barcelona on a free transfer. Their primary transfer target, Renato Sanches, has signed with PSG after several months of negotiations with the Serie A champions.

Today’s printed edition of Il Corriere dello Sport newspaper reports Milan’s shopping list, mentioning Tameze (Verona), Fofana (Lens) and Sarr (Tottenham) as Maldini’s targets to bolster Stefano Pioli’s options in midfield.

They are not Milan’s only midfield targets, as Milannews reports Raphael Onyedika (Midtllyand) tops Maldini and Massara’s shopping list.

Pioli needs to add physical strength to his midfield, but Milan don’t have significant financial resources after signing Charles De Ketelaere from Club Brugge for more than €30m.

According to CorSport, Milan are open to signing Tameze, but won’t invest more than €12m in the 27-year-old. Fofana also has Serie A experience, having spent four seasons at Udinese before his move to France.

Sarr is an exciting prospect and has been monitored for several months by the Rossoneri, who are already discussing the formula of a potential deal with the Spurs’ director Fabio Paratici.

5 Comments on “Milan open Sarr talks with Tottenham but have three more targets”

  1. Honestly this is disappointing as a Milan Fan.. After winning the League and qualifying for the champions League second time in a row, we can’t afford to buy players… Spent 30m+ for Charles and that’s all we got when clubs are spending hundreds of millions to booster their squad.. It’s disgraceful and that goes for all the serieA teams.. Serie A is dead

  2. Hot take Stan
    Milan are the same team as last year which is good along with an upgrade from CDK. Other signings will come to fill gaps but that’s a good thing. A lot of these young players need more development and time. You can’t have 2 quality starters playing the same position nor would they want to.
    Calma. Trust in M&M

  3. I like how Milan has been doing business so far. They are trying to reinforce the middle of the park which is the most important part of the team imo. And it’s not about spending millions on players and relying on their reputations alone. It’s about finding the right chemistry and needs of the team.

  4. Fofana is the only one who can possibly help us short term. Tameze is a bad idea all around, while Sarr and Odnyedika will be investments for the future. They have potential.

  5. perhaps milan will find kessie’s replacement before the start of the second round and after the world cup!!!!

    but why do milan take so so long before they sign a new player???!!! does this policy make sense any more now?

    let us admit that we were quite lucky that PSG or man city or real madrid or barcelona were not interested in CDK because they would have signed him in a couple of hours!!!!!

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