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Milan still in talks over Corona

Thu 26 August 2021 | 18:46

Milan are still trying to sign Jesus Manuel Corona but there is a €7 million gap between what they are offering and Porto are asking.

Milan

have been trying to bring

Jesus Manuel Corona

in from

FC Porto

but they have not yet been successful. According to Sky Sport Italia, the Portuguese giants are demanding €7 million more than what the Rossoneri are offering.

The report claims that Milan have offered €10 million but Porto are demanding at least €17 million for the winger.

However, Milan are set to meet with Porto again soon to continue negotiations and might even be willing to pay €15 million to complete a deal.

The Mexico international could play as a winger in the attacking trident or alternate with Brahim Diaz in the middle behind the lone striker in Stefano Pioli’s 4-2-3-1 formation.

The Milan directors are looking for the right player to complete the attacking department and give Pioli the playmaker he wants on the transfer market.

They believe Corona is the right fit, although, the two clubs are still in talks and are trying to resolve the problems relating to the evaluation of the player.

The 28-year-old has played 269 competitive games for Porto during which he has been able to score 31 goals and provide 68 assists.

He moved to FC Twente from Monterrey in 2013 and then joined Porto two years later on a reported €10.5 million.


source: SportMob

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