Milan receives underwhelming offers for Yacine Adli


Milan have reportedly received two offers from European clubs for midfielder Yacine Adli, but neither proposal has met the club’s expectations, according to MilanNews journalist Antonio Vitiello.

Adli, who has shown versatility by adapting to various midfield roles under former manager Stefano Pioli, has been the subject of transfer speculation. Despite his limited playing time last season, the 23-year-old French midfielder has demonstrated his willingness to evolve his game, transitioning from a playmaker to a mezzala and even a regista.

The first offer for Adli came in the form of a loan with an option to buy, while the second was a permanent transfer proposal with a low fee attached. Milan has reportedly dismissed both offers, suggesting they value Adli higher than the terms presented.

With Paulo Fonseca now at the helm as AC Milan’s new head coach, Adli’s future at the club remains uncertain. There have been conflicting reports about Milan’s intentions, with some suggesting the club might consider selling him, while others indicate a potential contract extension.

As the summer transfer window progresses, it remains to be seen whether interested clubs will return with improved offers for Adli or if he will be given the opportunity to impress during Milan’s preseason camp under Fonseca’s guidance.


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