Mercato: Renato Sanches, AC Milan in full lie

PSG hopes to quickly complete the arrival of Renato Sanches from LOSC. The Portuguese still has another proposal from AC Milan.

Olivier Létang made it official a few days ago: Renato Sanches will leave LOSC. The Portuguese midfielder will either go to PSG or AC Milan. The Lombard club already has an established agreement with Lille leaders for a transfer of nearly 15 million euros. An amount that PSG does not want to reach. However, the French champions have the advantage of having the preference of Renato Sanches, who is pushing to join the capital. It is therefore now necessary for the Parisians to come to an agreement with LOSC, while PSG does not want to pay more than 10 million euros this summer. To satisfy the Mastiffs, a loan with compulsory purchase option is envisaged. But for now, nothing is signed with any team. And rumors always talk about AC Milan.

Milan ready to attempt a bluff for Sanches?

According to information from Calciomercato, the Lombards are starting to lose patience and no longer necessarily want to wait for Renato Sanches. So much so that Milan has already found the replacement for Sanches, in the person of Carney Chukwuemeka, also tracked by … PSG. To secure the services of the young player from Aston Villa, whose contract ends in a year, the Italian champions will have to pay 10 million euros, or roughly the same sum mentioned for Renato Sanches. The Italian media nevertheless wonders if AC Milan has not planned this strategy to definitively force the hand of Sanches and his agent, Jorge Mendes, who are currently playing the clock.

The next few days should say more on the subject, while part of the French and Italian transfer window press sends Renato Sanches to PSG, just like Nordi Mukiele. The Leipzig side has reached an agreement with PSG, just like his club. An amount between 10 and 15 million euros is mentioned in the context of a dry transfer. The French international will come to compete with Achraf Hakimi but also Sergio Ramos as central defender.

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