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AC Milan Want To Sell Left Back To Raise Funds For The Summer

The Uruguay international struggled to establish himself at Milan and will cap off an average tenure at the San Siro.

AC Milan v Atalanta Bergamo - Italian Serie A Photo by Mattia Ozbot/Soccrates/Getty Images

MilanNews.it are reporting that AC Milan are working hard to secure the departure of Diego Laxalt who has struggled to break into the first team since his arrival in the summer of 2018. The left back joined for 14.9 million euros from Genoa just two seasons ago but has only played back up to both Ricardo Rodriguez and now Theo Hernandez thus the club could look to sell him off.

The report looks at a number that would allow the club to avoid registering a loss on the books. Bearing in mind, his amortisation over the past two seasons his current value is at about 7 million euros thus the club will look to sell above 7 million euros to register some sort of profit. Milan are in talks to sell the defender to Lokomotiv Moscow and are currently asking for 10 million euros which the Russian club deem to be excessive.