Milan want to reinforce the squad with a more prolific right-winger ahead of the upcoming season, but there is just one problem: they haven’t sold Samu Castillejo yet. In fact, no concrete offers have arrived.
The Spaniard played quite a lot last season as he alternated with Alexis Saelemaekes, who is the undisputed first-choice right-winger currently. However, he only bagged three goals in 43 appearances and that obviously isn’t good enough.
Therefore, Milan are looking to part ways with Castillejo this summer and they need to do so in order to sign a new winger. According to Tuttosport (via MilanNews), the price tag of the former Villarreal man is set at around €8m.
Unfortunately, despite interest from a few Spanish clubs, no concrete offers have arrived at Casa Milan. The indication is that Milan could struggle to get what they want for Castillejo this summer, but we will have to wait and see.
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