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AC Milan Will Not Likely Buy Three Of Their Five On Loan Players This Summer

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Milan are struggling to get the best out of their loan players and the underwhelming performances reduce the likelihood of buy outs.

AC Milan v AC Sparta Praha: Group H - UEFA Europa League Photo by Emilio Andreoli/Getty Images

Prior to his performances over the past week Calcio Mercato were reporting quite vehemently that AC Milan will not look to redeem Soualiho Meite from Torino this summer given his bang average performances for Milan thus far. There is a 8 million euro buy out clause and is reasonable for a rotation central defensive midfielder but it remains to be seen if this goes through. Also, if Tonali, Bennacer and Kessie are all healthy he might not be needed as much anymore.

Calcio Mercato are reporting that Milan are not likely to open discussions with Real Madrid this summer to take on Brahim Diaz on a permanent deal contrary to earlier indications. The attacking midfielder has been struggling in the second half of the season as he is constantly being outmuscled hence is rendered obsolete in the game. The 30 million euro valuation for the 21 year old is now considered way too high thus he will likely leave in the summer.

Calcio Mercato are also reporting that Diogo Dalot will likely not remain as Manchester United would likely want about 20 million euros for him which Milan see as excessive as the player has been very inconsistent and the directors are not convinced.

This means Milan will not look to extend at least three of the five loan players this summer. The others are Tomori and Tonali who seem likely to get bought.