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AC MILAN - eye on Kabak in January

19.11.2020 08.30 by Chiara Biondini  read 292
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Ozan Kabak is one of the first market target of Ac Milan for the January market. The Turkish defender was close to join the Italian club in the summer, but it didn't work for the high quotation and because Schalke 04 were not ready to replace him. Now the German club has more time to find a replacement and due to economic difficulties the club could settle for a lower price than the €25m requested in September.

AC Milan would be ready to offer €15m plus bonuses and persuade Schalke 04 to let him leave in January. 

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