Digimagaz.com – Milan appears to have set their sights on Spain for this summer’s transfer activities, as reports from Italy indicate that they are actively pursuing three deals. The first target is Yunus Musah, the talented midfielder from Valencia and the US Men’s National Team, who seems destined to depart Mestalla in the coming months. While the 20-year-old’s abilities are unquestionable, he fell out of favor with Manager Ruben Baraja towards the end of last season.

According to Fabrizio Romano, personal terms between Musah and the Rossoneri have already been agreed upon. However, the club now needs to determine the appropriate fee. Giacomo Iacobellis suggests that the deal will involve €18 million, along with additional variables, for the young midfielder.

In addition to Musah, Milan is showing interest in the Villarreal duo of Samuel Chukwueze and Arnaut Danjuma. Chukwueze’s potential transfer would involve a direct transfer, as Villarreal has openly acknowledged the possibility of the Nigerian winger leaving this summer. With only one year remaining on his contract and no signs of an extension, the Yellow Submarine is open to a sale. Although they are unlikely to reach his €80 million release clause, they hope to secure a fee of around €40 million. However, other reports suggest that Chukwueze could be available for €30 million.

The second deal under consideration is for Arnaut Danjuma, which would be a loan agreement with a reasonable fee. Danjuma seems destined to part ways with Villarreal this summer, and Milan will face competition from clubs such as Everton. Undoubtedly, the team from Castellon will aim to strike a deal with the highest bidder.

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If Milan manages to successfully secure all three deals, it would be an impressive accomplishment. While Musah possesses tremendous potential, both Danjuma and Chukwueze have demonstrated glimpses of their ability to compete with the world’s best


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