LUCA ANTONINI has received an offer from Trabzonspor, who have also made a formal bid, according to reports.
Antonini has made it known that his Milan future is not certain and that he would be willing to consider offers from overseas if such arrived and it appears that today (Tuesday), the 31-year-old fullback has been offered a chance to move to Turkey.
Beşiktaş have been after Antonini for a while but Trabzonspor A.Ş have decided to take their interest to the next level and according to the Italian media this evening, they have made a formal bid to Milan for the youth department product.
Sky Italia‘s Gianluca Di Marzio has reported that Trabzonspor have offered €2 million for Antonini and are set to give him a two-year contract. Antonini is surplus to requirements at Milan with Mattia De Sciglio, Ignazio Abate and Kevin Constant ahead of him in the pecking order for starting fullback. Antonini has played over 100 Milan games and scored just one goal.
Meanwhile, Bakaye Traoré’s agent confirmed the interest of Anderlecht in his client but claimed no offer has been made. In other mercato-related news, Milan have decided to buy Genoa’s Primavera right-back Stefan Simic (no relation to Dario).