Milan grappling with the Divock Origi case
After many purchases, the Diavolo thinks about selling
After grounding a lavish buying campaign, revolutionizing the roster at coach Pioli’s disposal, the Rossoneri club is now called upon to thin out the roster. Having said goodbye to Rebic (Besiktas), De Ketelaere (Atalanta) and Ballo-Touré (Werder Bremen) are also ready with their suitcases.
News is also expected on Messias and Krunic, both of whom have been “invited” to look for new accommodation since they no longer fit into the new Rossoneri project. Then there is the Origi question, which is the most delicate one. The Rossoneri striker seems to have put his foot down and to have no intention of leaving Milan.
Origi has a contract with the Rossoneri club guaranteed until June 2026. He has a high salary of four million euros net per year. Born in 1995, in his first year in the Rossoneri he played 36 matches, scoring two goals. Milan, in attack, has already made its choices and, in fact, Origi is redundant. A solution would be sought that would please the player. There are even those who talk about his possible landing in Saudi Arabia but, at the moment, no concrete offer would have arrived. A situation not easy to solve that could complicate the work of Moncada and Furlani. Also because, right now, the priority in the Milan household is to sell.