Milan To Offer Niang For Former Striker Aubameyang


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.

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3 responses to “Milan To Offer Niang For Former Striker Aubameyang

  1. It will be a stupid ideal i tell you niange is a rising star with a good foot works and a best dribbler in milan city now and much better than some of the first team players in ac milan he just need time to grow,ac milan wil spend big money on him again if they let him go

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    • Well, I partially agree.
      Niang is a rising star, while Aubameyang is already a star.
      Niang is the future, Aubameyang is the present time.
      However, as you said, it is still early – he has time to grow and rise upon.

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