Milan raise Romagnoli offer

by | Jul 7, 2015 22:43

Milan increased their bid for Alessio Romagnoli to €18m plus bonuses, but Roma rejected it again.

The Rossoneri are determined to get the 20-year-old centre-back in order to improve and reduce the average age of their defence.

Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic worked with him at Sampdoria last season, where the player was on loan, and believes he can be a building block for the future squad.

According to Sky Sport Italia, Milan raised their offer for Romagnoli to €18m plus bonuses, but Roma turned it down once again.

Milan increased their bid for Alessio Romagnoli to €18m plus bonuses, but Roma rejected it again.

The Rossoneri are determined to get the 20-year-old centre-back in order to improve and reduce the average age of their defence.

Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic worked with him at Sampdoria last season, where the player was on loan, and believes he can be a building block for the future squad.

According to Sky Sport Italia, Milan raised their offer for Romagnoli to €18m plus bonuses, but Roma turned it down once again.

Now it remains to be seen whether the San Siro giants will increase the bid again or look at cheaper alternatives.

It’s believed the Giallorossi want €30m for the lad who came up through their youth academy.

However, La Gazzetta dello Sport maintain Roma would accept a sale for €21m.

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