Leonardo and Maldini tell two players to leave Milan

The AC Milan squad is full of redundancies. Leonardo is working to sell several players who are no longer part of coach Gattuso’s plans.

Il Corriere della Sera reports today that the new AC Milan doesn’t have room for Luca Antonelli and Jose Mauri. Both players have contracts expiring in one year and the club wants to sell as soon as possible. Their departure would be useful for everyone: the Rossoneri would save a few millions while the two player would have the opportunity to play more elsewhere.

Regarding the future of Jose Mauri, we are talking about a player who is just 22 years old and should not struggle to find a new accommodation. The only problem is his salary of almost 1.5 million net per season he receives at AC Milan. The newly promoted, and his former team, Parma remain interested in the Argentine midfielder.

On Antonelli instead there is interest from 4 Italian teams: first of all Genoa, who hope to sign him back especially in case Laxalt joins a new squad this summer. Empoli too are very interested in the 31 year old left-back. According to Goal.com, Parma and Bologna could also make an attempt for the Italian defender.

The main issue, also on Antonelli, is always the salary: the defender until June 2019 would earn 1.5 million euros at AC Milan. The Rossoneri obviously are not willing to pay any leaving fees, for him as well as as for the aforementioned Mauri. Leonardo and Paolo Maldini have only 8 days to find a new destination for the two: time is running out.

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