Juventus right winger Dejan Kulusevski has been offered to AC Milan. The Swede could see his playing time reduced after the signing of Vlahovic.
The January transfer window is about to close shortly. As always, in the last days of the mercato important transfers can take place as already happened with Dusan Vlahovic and Robin Goses. The signing of the Serbian striker from Fiorentina could have a domino effect on the Bianconeri’s attack.
Despite the advances of Barcelona, coach Massimiliano Allegri has decided to keep Alvaro Morata. Instead it will be Dejan Kulusevski who must find a new club, at least until the end of the season. Tuttosport reports that Juventus have offered Dejan Kulusevski to AC Milan through intermediaries.
Kulusevski had an impressing impact in his first season in Serie A. The right winger attracting the attention of many big clubs with important goals and assist at Parma while on loan from Atalanta. In the summer of 2020, Juventus spent a fee of €35 million to sign Kulusevski from Atalanta. The figure could possibly rise to €44 million with bonuses.
The 21-year-old right winger had a positive first season with Juve finding the back of the net on 7 occasions and assisting 7 times in 47 appearances. However, under Allegri, the Sweden international has lost his status as a regular starter scoring 2 goals and assisting 3 in 27 appearances.
Alexis Saelemaekers is the number one choice of Stefano Pioli on the right wing with Junior Messias being the back-up. Samuel Castillejo is totally out of the Rossoneri project and the management is trying to sell him him in the remaining days of the mercato.