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AC Milan Risk Missing Out On 25 Million Euros This Summer If Sales Fall Through

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The two defenders being sold would be a big cash injection for Milan given the need to sign Tomori.

AC Milan v Atalanta BC - Serie A Photo by Marco Luzzani/Getty Images

Calcio Mercato are reporting that AC Milan are counting on revenue from two potential sales this summer to fund their move for Chelsea FC centre back Fikayo Tomori on a permanent deal. Milan reportedly have 15 million euros set aside from last summer which they did not spend on a centre back when the deal for Mohamed Simakan from Strasbourg fell through. They hope to boost this with 16 million euros from the buy out of Mattia Caldara by Atalanta and 7 million euros from the buy out of Andrea Conti by Parma if they both go ahead.

Tuttosport via MilanLive.it are reporting that Milan are at high risk of missing out on 25 million euros in transfer revenue, 18 million for Caldara and 7 million for Conti this summer. Caldara buy out is optional and seems unlikely given he recurring injuries despite a very strong start with the club. Conti is an obligation to buy if Parma avoid relegation but they seem to be headed for the drop at the moment.