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AC Milan Have Turned Down Two Loan Offers Fro Right Back From Spain; Sale Wanted

The right back is deemed to be excess to requirements and would generate a capital gain for the club.

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Tuttosport via MilanLive.it are reporting that AC Milan have turned down two offers for right back Davide Calabria this summer from clubs in Spain. Milan want to sell the young right back as they search for a long term replacement but have only been offered loan deals thus far. Sevilla and Real Betis are two teams that are interested in the defender but have only offered loans thus far. Paolo Maldini is willing to allow a loan but only if their is an obligation to buy the Milan Primavera product.

The defender is valued at 15 million euros by Milan as he is 23 years old and has 112 first team appearances with Milan over the past six seasons. He has played for the Italy U19, U20 and U21 but still has not been capped by the first team. The player has recently changed agents as we reported here which usually suggests a desire for change.