Sung-Yong Ki to AC Milan continues to be a thing, and with more and more talk about the move, the more we’re starting to believe.
It all started as a big splash in Corriere dello Sport a month or so ago, with the South Korea international seen as a potential backup for Frank Kessiè, and it’s spread.
When that happens, it means there’s normally something behind it, and now Gazzetta dello Sport, the slightly more reliable of the two, have picked up on it and refuse to let it go too.
Last week, they had the Swansea City midfielder as the ‘most probable’ of Milan’s deals come the end of the season, and now they explain that talks are still ongoing between the two sides.
Free to talk to as many clubs as he wants since he’s entered the last six months of his deal with Swansea, the 28-year-old, who has spent the vast majority of his career in the United Kingdom could very well look abroad for his next adventure.
And at the rate AC Milan are climbing up the Serie A table these days under Gennaro Gattuso (four points behind fifth placed Lazio with a game in hand), the prospect of European football could make the move even more alluring.