Milan are already said to be looking at potential replacements for contract rebel Franck Kessie.
This comes from La Gazzetta dello Sport, who talk about the financial situations of both Milan and Inter. They state that Milan’s finances are much more strained than Inter and they’d have to make more compromises as a result.
They remain far from reaching an agreement with Kessie and aren’t close to meeting the wage demands for a new deal. As a result, they are now looking elsewhere to replace the Ivorian.
In the case of a need, Yacine Adli’s arrival could be preponed and he could come to Milan in January itself. The situation of Alessio Romagnoli also remains delicate, as the January transfer window could prove important in his situation.