The Ivory Coast international’s representative George Atangana revealed that his client will depart Milan only if a ‘coup d’état’ happens.
’s contract is due to end in 2022 andMilan
want to prevent him from leaving for nothing like
Both players’ deals expired on June 30. The shot-stopper has agreed terms with PSG, whereas Calhanoglu made a move to Inter.
Milan are negotiating to pen an extension with Kessie, but they have yet to reach an agreement.
The 24-year-old’s current deal earns him €2.2m per year at the San Siro and as per reports from
, Kessie demands a pay rise.
reported that Milan offered him a €3.8m-a-year deal but he asked for a sizable pay rise of about €6m-a-year.
However, he told
La Gazzetta dello Sport
that ‘only a coup d’état’ may result in Kessie departing Milan when the next season ends.
Kessie is part of the squad that will prepare for the Tokyo Olympics, which means he is set to miss the pre-season training with the Diavoli.