Franck Kessie has been linked to around half the Premier League over the past few seasons. Right now, it’s Wolves and West Ham getting all the attention, as AC Milan look forward to a sale.
Whereas it was once claimed the Italian club could get around €40m for their player, the estimates have been dropping, yet the belief he could move to English football remains.
MilanLive.it report Kessie has a ‘future in England’, with Wolves and ‘certainly West Ham’ again pushed forward as being interested in the midfielder.
A ‘goodbye’ is being prepared for the January transfer window, and the player is described as being ‘on the market’. Milan would like to get an amount ‘close to €30m’, and it’s suggested the club may be interested in a Hammers player.
Felipe Anderson ‘could be useful’ to the Serie A club, although it’s not explained how he would work in a deal. West Ham likely value the Brazilian at more than €30m, so Milan would need to add cash if they want to use Kessie as bait.
That method wouldn’t help the club’s search for a cash boost, so they’d have to make money elsewhere.