June 14, 2024

A last-ditch effort was made by AC Milan to sign LOSC Lille midfielder, but summer is still the plan.

MilanNews via Gianluca di Marzio.Renato Sanches, a central midfielder for LOSC Lille, is reportedly the target of AC Milan’s desperate attempt to buy him before the deadline. With a contract worth roughly 25 million euros, the midfield player has long been wanted to bolster the middle of the park. Excellent ties exist between Lille and Milan, as evidenced by recent deals for Leao, Maignan, and Djalo.

Milan News.There was reportedly a last-minute attempt to sign him, but the Portugal international will have to wait until the summer because the Franck Kessie situation needed to be settled by then. Lille and Jorge Mendes met on Sunday, but the situation was too tight.

According to Antonio Vitiello, negotiations to sign Sanches are not new; rather, they have been ongoing the entire window with the goal of signing him in the summer. According to the reporter, doing this in January would have been too difficult, but Milan’s management is sure they can pull this off as the major summer coup.

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Jonathan David of LOSC Lille is constantly reminded of his progress in the game of football by hearing the UEFA Champions League song. According to the 22-year-old, “it gives you goosebumps and, you know, it makes you realise you’re at the top of the game right now,” during an interview for FedEx’s Next In Line, a series that features upcoming talent.

The Canadian international hasn’t ascended to the top by the direct road. He was born in New York, moved to Haiti when he was a toddler, and then, at the age of six, immigrated to Canada with his family. It took him a few more years before he became interested in “soccer.” “We used to play football, American football,” he remembers. I started playing football when I was ten years old. My father chose to just place me on a team.”

 

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