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AC Milan defender Theo Hernandez has impressed with his great performances and has established himself as one of the best left backs in Serie A.
AC Milan are preparing for yet another revolution. If the idea of implementing a wage cap were to be confirmed, with the figures circulating these days, many players will be undoubtedly choose to leave the Rossoneri.
There is a great deal of concern among fans about the fate of the top players in the squad. The main attention is obviously focused on Gianluigi Donnarumma and Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Their contractual situation is the most complicated and dealing with an agent like Mino Raiola is not easy at all. However, the club should also pay close attention to Theo Hernandez.
The 22-year-old AC Milan defender immediately settled in at San Siro and has established himself as one of the best left backs in Serie A. Finally, Milan have a powerful defender that gives a great helping hand in attack unlike Ricardo Rodriguez. With his 6 goals so far, Theo is also AC Milan’s top goalscorer.
The great performances of the French defender have not gonna unnoticed. Theo Hernandez is attracting the attention of Europe’s top club and AC Milan should brace themselves for important offers in the summer. With yet another year out of Champions League and, considering the Rossoneri’s to make profits, there is a real risk Hernandez may leave when the summer transfer window opens.
AC Milan signed Theo Hernandez from Real Madrid for a fee of €20 million but after nearly a year in Italy his market value has more than doubled. AC Milan want to keep Theo and will reject any approach for him but if a club offers more than €50 million it would be hard for a club in financial difficulty to refuse reports Calciomercato.