Transfers: AC Milan to kick off transfer negotiation for Super Eagles star today

Chukwueze, the Nigerian international forward, has been the subject of transfer speculation throughout this summer’s transfer window. The player has been heavily linked with a move to Italian giants AC Milan, with talks set to resume between the two clubs.

According to reports from Sporty9ja, Villarreal and AC Milan are preparing to enter discussions again regarding Chukwueze’s potential transfer. The 24-year-old has just one year remaining on his contract with Villarreal, making him an attractive target for Milan.

Milan CEO, Furlani, previously met with Villarreal officials in Italy a few weeks ago to initiate talks about the player’s sale. However, both parties were unable to reach an agreement on a transfer fee for Chukwueze. Villarreal are demanding £35m for the Nigerian forward, despite his contract situation. Milan’s initial offer of £25m was rejected by the Spanish club.

As negotiations reach a stalemate, Milan are reportedly considering alternative options. One such option is Netherlands forward Arnaut Danjuma, whom they are exploring as an alternative to Chukwueze, as reported by Calciomercato.

Nonetheless, Milan’s CEO, Furlani, is set to lead another round of negotiations on Wednesday in an attempt to persuade Villarreal to lower their £35m asking price. Chukwueze is said to be eager to start a new challenge in Italy, having already agreed on personal terms with Milan weeks ago. However, the transfer fee remains the main obstacle preventing the move from happening.

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Chukwueze had an exceptional season in Spain, recording an impressive 13 goals and 11 assists. His performances have caught the attention of several clubs, with Milan keen to secure his services for the upcoming season.

As the negotiations between Villarreal and Milan continue, football fans eagerly await the outcome of these talks. Will Chukwueze make the move to Italy and join the prestigious AC Milan? Only time will tell.

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