Milan owner gives green light to pay Kessie’s wages
Milan owner gives green light to pay Kessie’s wages. AC Milan fears history repeats itself Ready to improve the offer for Franck Kessie as the Ivory Coast midfielder demands to close the negotiations as soon as possible
Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera reports that Milan do not want to see a repeat of the incident with Kessie until next summer. As wasted, Gianluigi Donnarumma and Hakan Chalanolu are out of contract this summer.
Milan have offered Kessie a new contract at €5.5 million a year. But the Ivory Coast midfielder demands a salary of €6 million per year. To agree to a new contract In which American equity group Elliott Group considers. It is not a problem. Therefore approved to propose a new contract as the 24-year-old midfielder demands
The Elliott Group has ordered the club to extend a new contract with Kessie as soon as possible. For the players’ contracts into the last 12 months. While the Ivory Coast midfielder is currently set to serve his national team at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, representative George Atangana will be in talks with the club soon.