MILAN – Milan and Inter return to work on a transfer to the transfer market. To get to Kessie, the Nerazzurri would be willing to sacrifice one between Vecino and Gagliardini. In the past, it has always been better for the Rossoneri. In 2001, the most sensational exchange between the two clubs: Guglielminpietro at Inter and Andrea Pirlo at Milan, a footballer who will write the history of the Rossoneri and the Italian national football team.
In 2002, another suicide of transfer market for Inter that took Coco giving in exchange an absolute champion like Seedorf to Milan. Ten years later, in 2012, AC Milan took Cassano, with whom he won a league title, giving Inter Pazzini, a footballer who has never played in the Nerazzurri.
Returning to current events, Antonio Conte asked the managers of Inter Kessie. For this reason Marotta started negotiations with Milan by proposing several players in exchange. The first player proposed was Politano but in the end the attacking player preferred to return to play in Rome (which in return he gave to the Nerazzurri Leonardo Spinazzola).
So Marotta returned to the charge with Milan for Kessie proposing Gagliardini but in this case the Rossoneri refused asking Vecino in exchange. Conte would have given his assent to the departure of the Uruguayan but Vecino would not be convinced of the transfer to Milan's cousins. The negotiation is still ongoing.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano