Milan hold talks with Fenerbahce for Divock Origi

Milan are eager to revamp their squad as they are heavily considering offloading pair of attacking-minded players Divock Origi and Ante Rebic.

Antonio Vitiello reports that the Rossonerri have held talks with Turkish outfits Fenerbahce regarding the possible sales of both Origi and Rebic.

With the Croat having only scored three goals and two assists in 23 games-played within the Serie A, Milan seem keen to offload the 29 year-old who is on high-wages as a result of his inconsistency, despite his contract only set to expire within the summer of 2025.

In addition, the Belgian international has struggled heavily since joining on a free transfer last summer after parting ways with Liverpool at the end of his contract, only notching two goals and one assist 27 games-played within the domestic league.

The departures of the underwhelming attacking duo from the San Siro may serve as key moves within the market in order to make room for primary targets within the number nine position Alvaro Morata and Gianluca Scamacca.

Julian Faustini Ι GIFN

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