The Ghanaian to go, with a Japanese star to replace him…
The Rossoneri would be willing to listen to offers for Kevin-Prince Boateng.
Milan officials regard the midfielder highly and among the best midfielder ‘s in Serie A, but are prepared to sell with the player’s contract having just over a year to run.
According to talkSPORT, Ligue 1 newcomers Monaco are set to go up against Tottenham and Manchester City in the race to sign him.
This may not represent a huge loss for Milan, as they are set to make a move for CSKA Moscow star Keisuke Honda this summer.
Attacking midfielder Honda has been linked with an exit from the Russian champions for some time now but it remains to be seen where his future lies especially seeing as he is valued at €20 million on the transfer market.
In the meantime while Roma-bound Allegri edges closer to the exit door, Milan have secured the signature of another rising-star. CEO Adriano Galliani reportedly spoke with Empoli’s sporting director about their central defender Vasco Regini, who is currently co-owned between Empoli and Sampdoria. The Serie B side are set to buy the other half of the contract and sell it to Milan.
MilanNews.it have understood that if one of Didac Vila, Luca Antonini or loan returnee Taye Taiwo leaves, the seven time Champions League title holders will replace him with Juventus’ 26-year-old Paolo De Ceglie, who has just become a part-time DJ.