Milan reportedly open to sending Rebić on loan to Beşiktaş, the salary demands of the player the main obstacle

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Ante Rebić during training at Milanello. (@acmilan.com)

Milan want to part ways with Ante Rebić and they talk with Beşiktaş.

Rebić is out of the technical project of Milan and it’s been made clear by the decision to leave him out of the United States tour.

Beşiktaş have come forward and they want Ante, as reported by journalists in Turkey and in Italy in the past few days.

As reported by Gianluca Di Marzio of Sky Italia, Beşiktaş would like to get Rebić, who has a contract with Milan until 2025, on a loan deal. Di Marzio reports that Milan are open to accepting this transfer method, but the problem is the salary of the player.

Rebić currently earns €3.5m net per season at Milan, and the offer of Beşiktaş is currently too low (half). This report is also echoed by Matteo Moretto of Relevo, who claims Milan and Beşiktaş are in talks advanced, but the agreement between the Turkish club and the Croatian player is still missing.

It would either take a significant increase from Beşiktaş, a pay-cut from Ante, or Milan agreeing to cover part of the salary of the player while he’s on a free loan, in order to make this move happen.

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