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AC Milan Looking To Raise €30 Million From Sales Of Three Wing Backs

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The left back have lost their places whilst the right back is set to be replaced.

AC Milan v Fiorentina - Italian Serie A Photo by Erwin Spek/Soccrates/Getty Images

Calcio Mercato are reporting that AC Milan are looking to raise 30 million euros from sales of excess wing backs this summer. The Rossoneri are in the market for a starting RB and a depth LB as they look to offload three players at the positions. Milan have already concluded a deal for youngster Pierre Kalulu from Lyon to slot into RB as a depth option. Theo Hernandez is the undoubted starter at LB and Andre Conti is expected to deputise the new starting right back.

As a result Ricardo Rodriguez, Diego Laxalt and Davide Calabria are expected to leave. Rodriguez has been linked with Hertha Berlin and Hoffenheim after PSV Eindhoven failed to redeem him after their interrupted season. Diego Laxalt was recalled from his loan and has been followed by Lokomotiv Moscow and could leave in a swap deal. Davide Calabria has been followed by Sevilla as he is a profile that Monchi appreciates. The estimated (desired ) sale figures are as follows: Rodriguez - €5 million, Laxalt €10 million and Calabria - €15 million. The total sum coming in would be 30 million which could then be reinvested in the summer transfer window.