Andrea Poli is likely to stay at Milan despite the interest of other clubs while the respective futures of Cerci and Stephan El Shaarawy are unclear.
The transfer market is about to start and Milan are weighting on their options. Suso has already left and been replaced by Kevin-Prince Boateng but there could be other changes in the squad.
According to the Milan Channel, the Rossoneri have received requests for Andrea Poli but turned them down as they have no intention of selling the 26-year-old who has fallen far short of the expectations fans had for him when he arrived from Sampdoria in 2013 but is used regularly as a sub.
The official TV station of the seven-time Champions League winners also adds that there are clubs wanting to sign Alessio Cerci. Cerci is still owned by Atletico Madrid and is (at least officially) on the final six months of his two-year loan swap with Fernando Torres. It’s reported that Bologna & Genoa are interested in Cerci who was a request of Inzaghi but certainly has not lived up to his hype.
There is meanwhile a very interesting developing situation concerning Stephan El Shaarawy. il Faraone joined Monaco in the summer with a clause in his contract indicating that the French club will have to buy him from Milan once he plays 25 matches. He has so far been used in 24 games.
As reported by the MC, it’s still unclear whether Monaco will buy the player and if they decide that they don’t want him then he could leave them as early as January. Apparently 3 Serie A clubs and 3 Premier League clubs have already spoken to Milan about El Shaarawy, who hasn’t really managed to recapture the magical form he had in the first of the 12/13 season and whose career feels stuck.
Adriano Galliani is still in Brazil on vacation with his partner and will only return next week to start working on the transfer market and try to fulfill the wishes of Sinisa Mihajlovic (and Berlusconi).