Adventure for the junior may be over in few months…
Milan will reportedly listen to offers for teenage striker M’Baye Niang during the January transfer window.
The 17-year-old teenager joined the Rossoneri in the summer from Caen for a fee believed to be around €2 million. However, after just one substitute appearance in Serie A, the San Siro giants are ready to show him the door.
Everton had previously agreed a €2 million fee with the French side and the ace had been set to to discuss personal terms and undergo a medical before Milan matched their bid. However, a move to England this time could be a high priority, but a return to France may be on the cards as well.
Milan would probably be happy to cut their losses after the fuzz he has caused, but Everton coach David Moyes according to The Echo is no longer interested in the young lad following his off-the-field troubles and instead is more likely to make a loan move for a more established midfielder.
But not so fast – it is not the end of this article. Niang has been facing new problems, as the French Disciplinary Committee has decided to rule him out of the France u-21 national team.