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Milan will need to pay up if they want Anderlecht’s Leander Dendoncker

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The Belgians won’t shift and will take advantage of Milan’s rich cash reserves.

RSC Anderlecht v Tottenham Hotspur FC - UEFA Europa League Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images

AC Milan are in the market for another midfielder to assist Franck Kessie with box-to-box duties, and with the Renato Sanches deal on the backburner, it looks like a move for Leander Dendoncker is heating up.

Good news? Yes - Dendoncker is highly rated and the Belgian would be a fantastic middleman adding a lot of work ethic to the Rossoneri and ensuring there plans are not scuppered via injury with added depth.

However, Sempre Milan gathered a number of reports together that offer a stumbling block to the deal - Anderlecht’s Sporting Director has stated that Leander Dendoncker won’t be leaving for anything less that €30 million. This seems a bit of a high price, considering that Renato Sanches wouldn’t cost that much more.

A number of big clubs are chasing Sanches and Dendoncker and if Milan don’t move soon, they might miss out on both of them.