Ángel Correa to Milan is getting increasingly less likely by the day, and Gianluca Di Marzio revealed the details of the Rossoneri offers.
Milan have been chasing Correa for practically the entire summer, but with just four days to go until the end of the mercato, it doesn’t seem likely that Ángel will be wearing the shirt of the Rossoneri.
The interest remains alive but there have been no real developments in the deal for weeks. Last night on Sky Italia’s Calciomercato l’Originale, Gianluca Di Marzio spoke of the offer of the Diavolo:
“The offer of Milan for Atlético Madrid for Correa is a two-year loan worth €10 million with the option to buy set at €25 million, which would become an obligation if he reaches 45 appearances with at least 45 minutes in each game in each of the two loan years,” Di Marzio stated. “Atlético continues to say ‘no’ to this offer. We will see if Milan will raise in the next few hours.”
AS reports that unless something radial happens, then Correa will stay at Atlético. Milan’s pursue is destined to end in a failure, and at least for now it doesn’t seem like they had real alternatives.