ROME – Gonzalo Higuain risks having to find a new team at the end of the season. As this morning, November 23rd, Corriere dello Sport writes, it is far from obvious that at the end of the season Milan exercises the right to redeem the Pipita card.
Indeed, in the current state of affairs, the chances are that the Rossoneri will let the terms of the agreement with Juventus expire because the amount set for the redemption (36 million euros) is now considered excessive.
Milan could expire the terms and then re-appear before Juventus to deal with the purchase of Higuain to lower figures. This would be a purely economic choice. The cost of Higuain budget would indeed be very heavy for a company already at loggerheads with UEFA, but this was known since last summer.
At this point two roads would open, on which he is already thinking Ivan Gazidis, new CEO of Milan, which officially undermined from December 1. Or return the player to Juventus and end it, or sit back at the table with the bianconeri to discuss a new chord with lower figures.
Tonight Higuain will fly with Milan's lawyers in Rome, to convince the Federal Court of Appeal to cancel the second day of disqualification.
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