It seems that a sacrifice must be done…
Milan are prepared to offer future star M’baye Niang when they come knocking on Saint-Etienne’s door for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Eurosport News France says that the former Milan striker, now featuring for Les Verts, may return to Italy as Milan’s CEO Galliani would be willing to sacrifice France U-21 international Niang.
The highly-rated Gabonese frontman has been in prolific form in Ligue 1 this season, scoring 17 goals in 30 matches to fire his team to third in the table.
With clubs of a high caliber, such as Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham, Roma and Inter said to be interested only a big-money bid would be required to free him from his current terms. However, those sides being linked with a summer approach would have little trouble financing a transfer.
The seven-time Champions League winner has a slight advantage over all of them, though. The 18-year-old rising star, M’baye Niang joined the Diavolo in the summer from Caen, but he has yet to score in a Serie A in his 15 League appearances for the giants.