Wednesday June 19 2019
Milan consider Croatian trio

Milan could sell Gianluigi Donnarumma to Paris Saint-Germain, which in turn could fund a €50m bid for Dejan Lovren and Andrej Kramaric.

According to Sport Mediaset, the Rossoneri’s summer transfer plans will hinge on whether they will be playing in next season’s Europa League or not.

That is because without European competition, their squad would not need too many new faces to cope with just Serie A and Coppa Italia matches.

New chief football officer Zvonimir Boban and technical director Paolo Maldini have begun working together, with a focus on the foreign market.

Liverpool defender Lovren and Hoffenheim forward Kramaric are two of the names that would have been touted by the club legends.

Lovren has found himself down the pecking order at Anfield, while Kramaric scored 22 goals in 37 appearances for the Bundesliga side last season.

Any potential deal for the pair would cost somewhere in the region of €50m, and the funds for such an operation would come from the sale of Donnarumma to PSG.

Mediaset concludes new PSG sporting director Leonardo, who knows Gigio well from his time at San Siro, has prepared the goalkeeper an €8m salary – €2m more than what he currently earns.

That would come as music to the ears of both Pepe Reina and Italy Under-20 goalkeeper Alessandro Plizzari, who recently spoke of his desire for regular first-team football.

Finally, Gianluca Di Marzio writes Milan are in talks for Dinamo Zagreb attacking midfielder Nikola Moro.

Di Marzio writes a deal in the region of €10-12m for Moro, a Croatia U21 international, is in the works and that Dinamo have asked the Diavolo to make a final decision on the player today.

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