Milan and Franck Kessie are said to have an unbridgeable gap, when it comes to the midfielder’s new potential contract.
La Gazzetta dello Sport (via TMW) have reported that Milan have made no progress in their attempts to hand the Ivorian a new deal and they are still quite far from reaching his wage demands for a new deal. Both parties remain firm in their position and as a result, there is an ‘unbridgeable’ gap between them.
Kessie and his agents want a wage of €8 million per season, while the Rossoneri have offered €6 million per season plus bonuses. Paris Saint-Germain and Tottenham are certainly interested, but Mancheester United have also joined the race for the midfielder.
If Milan do anticipate that Kessie won’t extend, they could try to bring Yacine Adli to the club in January instead of waiting for him to return next summer.