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Arsenal and Manchester United point to Franck Kessie ‘rejects new offer from Milan’

Arsenal and Manchester United target Franck Kessie approaches AC Milan exit after ‘turning down a new contract offer and demanding £ 7.7 million to stay at the Italian club’

  • Kessie in the last year of her current contract and can sign a pre-contract in January.
  • AC Milan has reportedly offered 6.5 million euros (5.5 million pounds) a year, but wants 9 million euros.
  • The 24-year-old midfielder has piqued the interest of all of Europe


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Arsenal and Manchester United target Franck Kessie has rejected a new contract offer from AC Milan.

The Serie A club has raised its offer to 6.5 million euros (5.5 million pounds) a year, but the Ivory Coast international is holding around 9 million euros (7.7 million pounds). pounds) per year, according to Sky Sports Italia transfer expert Gianluca Di Marzio.

The 24-year-old has drawn interest from across Europe, including Manchester United, PSG and Barcelona, ​​and his contract expires next summer.

Milan midfielder Franck Kessie can sign a pre-contract with any European club in January

Milan midfielder Franck Kessie can sign a pre-contract with any European club in January

The central midfielder is free to sign a pre-contract with any European club in January that would establish a move for the following season.

Kessie has previously attracted the interest of Spurs, and managing director Fabio Paratici reportedly met with the player’s agent, George Atangana, in the summer about a possible move.

Back then, reports claimed that Kessie had been offered a five-year contract worth £ 128,000 per week.

The Ivory Coast international expects a new deal valued at around £ 7.7m a year

The Ivory Coast international expects a new deal valued at around £ 7.7m a year

The Ivory Coast international expects a new deal valued at around £ 7.7m a year

Although Kessie can get hold of a free transfer next summer, AC Milan could try to sell him in January to recoup a small transfer fee.

However, Milan refuse to give up hope of staying with Kessie, and coach Stefano Pioli highlighted his desire for the player to stay recently.

“I would like Kessie to sign,” he told Italian media. ‘Negotiations continue between the club and its agent, and I don’t think this is the time to worry.

“With Franck, I only talk about matters related to the field of play and I always see him as positive and calm, there are no problems.”

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