AC Milan rejected PSG's offer for Hernandez

Wed 14 July 2021 | 11:56

PSG were trying to sign the French defender in the summer.

According to reports from Italy, AC Milan has rejected a € 40 million offer from Paris Saint-Germain for Theo Hernandez.

The French defender joined AC Milan from Real Madrid in the 2019-2020 season and, under the management of Stefano Pioli, had a remarkable shine in Serie A. However, his brilliance did not impress Didier

Deschamps, and he did not participate in France squad for Euro2020, along his brother Lucas.

But, Paris Saint-Germain closely monitored his situation and intended to recruit him. He has played 81 games for Milan, scoring 15 goals and sending 11 assists to his team-mates.

Tuttosport claimed that PSG had made a € 40 million bid for Hernandez, which was rejected by the Rossoneri. Milan, who signed Hernandez from Real Madrid in the summer of 2019 for 21.5 million euros, do not intend to sell their defensive star and therefore have opposed PSG's offer.

Hernandez has a contract with Milan until the summer of 2024.

source: SportMob