Milan Interested In Wolfsburg’s Diego Benaglio & Tottenham’s Hugo Lloris


One of them is supposed to success Abbiati…

Milan are interested in signing Wolfsburg goalkeeper Diego Benaglio, reports in Italy have suggested today.

Tuttomercatoweb claim that the Rossoneri are on the look-out for a new shot-stopper after Christian Abbiati’s shaky start to the season, and could be on the verge of bringing the Switzerland international to San Siro.

The 29-year-old could be available for around €7 million as the Wolves continue to struggle in the Bundesliga having won just four games so far.

Another target or to be precise, a long time Milan target is former Lyon goalkeeper Hugo Lloris. Spanish website Fichajes claim that Milan are finally ready to make a move for Tottenham’s flop-so far.

The Italians are said to be keen to take advantage of Lloris’ unhappiness at White Hart Lane to make a January swoop, with Milan’s CEO Adriano Galliani expected to contact Spurs in the coming days regarding the Frenchman.

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2 responses to “Milan Interested In Wolfsburg’s Diego Benaglio & Tottenham’s Hugo Lloris

  1. I like Benaglio a lot. Lloris is overrated.

    But I presume we’re going to hire Rafael (Santos) or Perin (Pescara, on loan from Genoa).

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    • Haha I like both and I hope that we will sign at least one of them.
      As for Rafael and Perin, I don’t agree… Why let Gabriel go? That’d be the stupidest move we’ve ever done, besides selling Gourcuff and Aubameyang. If loaned out, we must keep an eye on him – not let him go as we did with Paloschi and many more…

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