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Milan reject PSG's bid for Theo Hernandez

TRANSFER TALK: PSG's offer for yet another Milan star initially rebuffed by Rossoneri

July 14, 2021 By Michelle Bonsu
Les Parisiens are clearly not done shopping in Milan's backyard for talent this summer...will they succeed in bringing in yet another Rossoneri player?

AC Milan have already lost two key players this summer, with star goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma leaving for PSG in a deal that will earn him a whopping €12 million per season, and key playmaker Hakan Çalhanoğlu moving on to Milan's city rivals Inter on a Bosman.

Thus, it's no surprise that the Rossoneri, who are back in the Champions League for the first time in many years, are not keen on losing any more key personnel. That hasn't stopped PSG from attempting to acquire yet another player, however. This time, Les Parisiens, who failed to win the Ligue 1 title last term after being narrowly pipped to the crown by Lille, have earmarked Theo Hernandez as they look to beef up their defense. As per Tuttosport, they offered about €40 million for his services, but Milan quickly shut down any further negotiations.

Unlike with Donnarumma, who ran down his contract and refused to renew it, thus preventing Milan from interfering with his move to PSG, Hernandez is still tied to the Rossoneri, with his deal expiring in June 2024. Milan first purchased the French international from Real Madrid for approximately €21.5 million in 2019, and thus would make nearly a €20 million profit just two years later if they would sell, but clearly the club's management aren't looking at just funds. 

After all, Milan are back in Europe's premier club competition for the first time since the 2013/2014 season and certainly will be keen on hanging on to every single one of their mainstay players in order to try to be as competitive on multiple fronts.

However, about a decade ago, in 2012, Milan reportedly initially refused to sell two Rossoneri players: Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva to PSG. And ultimately, much to the anger and dismay of Diavolo fans, not one, but both players ended up departing that summer.

As such, PSG will obviously know that their plans aren't totally cancelled - they just may have to come back to the table for more negotiations.


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