Newcastle United have yet to back down from their pursuit of Sven Botman despite AC Milan’s interest in the Dutch midfielder.
According to TuttoMercatoWebThe Premier League team ‘smartly rejected’ LOSC star Lille even though Botman is currently very interested in moving to Milan in the summer transfer window.
According to reports, Milan are ready to meet Lille’s €50m (£41m) bid for Botman, with the Serie A giants eager to bring the defender to northern Italy in January but find it difficult to secure a deal. finding a suitable deal for Newcastle’s goals. .
With Milan now in the driver’s seat to sign the 22-year-old defender, Newcastle’s determination to sign Botman can only be admired despite reports in Italy seemingly suggesting Eddie Howe’s side fighting a losing battle.
Indeed, the UEFA Champions League side are having an impressive season in Serie A and have enough potential and stature to see Botman leave Lille despite Newcastle’s efforts to sign the former Manchester United player. Ajax Academy.
Although The Magpies appear determined to win the race for Botman, Milan’s interest and progress in completing a deal appears to be too great for Newcastle to object despite the financial opportunity. their new before summer.
Newcastle should drop interest in Botman with Milan closing
Milan consider all but signing Botman this summer in what could be a stellar deal for the Rossoneri, and for Newcastle they should see this update as the ultimate impetus. for them to switch from Lille’s star.
After all, the pursuit of Botman now looks like a lost cause for Newcastle with Milan seemingly close to agreeing a full transfer for the Dutchman, and for the Magpies they should turn to entries. Another goal instead of trying to find young players to come to St. James Park.
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