Gazzetta: Two stars say YES to Milan even without Europa League

AC Milan sports director Massimiliano Mirabelli moves forward with his transfer plans unbothered by UEFA’s verdict on the Settlement Agreement.

Despite the complicated moment that Milan is experiencing after UEFA’s decision not to grant the Settlement Agreement, some transfer negotiations remain open. Among these there are the ones for Memphis Depay and Marouane Fellaini who, La Gazzetta dello Sport reports this morning, have told the Rossoneri that they like the destination Milan.

But the most important thing is that they would be ready to say YES to the Red and Blacks even if the judging room of UEFA decides to ban the Diavolo from Europa League for next season. The two are in Milan orbit for some time, but it will not be easy to purchase the duo mainly due to economic reasons. Depay is the first name on Mirabelli’s list and he perfectly represents the experienced winger who cloud be very useful to Milan, meaning a player able to guarantee a significant number of goals. Lyon, however, asks 40 million euros for the winger and it will be difficult to close a deal for anything less.

As for Fellaini, the Belgian midfielder is about to become a free agent and has announced that he would gladly join AC Milan with and without Europa League. The player would arrive on a free transfer from Manchester United but in this operation the biggest obstacle is the player’s wage demands. Fellaini wants to be payed the same as Donnarumma and Bonucci (around 7,5 million euros net per season). It will not be easy to see him and Depay at San Siro but despite the difficult moment of the club, at the moment, everything is open.

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