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More than six players to leave AC Milan at the end of the season?!

More than six players to leave AC Milan at the end of the season?!

More than six players to leave AC Milan at the end of the season?!
The Italian football and AC Milan especially at this moment are in very complicated situation. The entire Italy is struck by the spread of the dangerous Coronavirus, and this influences the football world as well. These things do affect the rossoneri as well, which are in very difficult momentum them self.

We have already reported about the managerial chaos which currently is happening in Milan, and even affecting the team. Boban and Maldini are on the club’s exit doors ( Boban has already been fired ) , while Paolo is expected to leave after the season ends.. All of this has big influence on the players, and their possible future with the rossoneri.

Today we have made an analyse on the situation, and who will most likely leave AC Milan in only few months. At this point Asmir Begovic , Simon Kjaer, Lucas Biglia , Giacomo Bonaventura , Alexis Saelemaekers and Zlatan Ibrahimovic has contracts until the end of the season.

Asmir Begovic

The goalkeeper which the rosoneri have signed this January as replacement to the loaned-out Pepe Reina will most likely leave Milan this summer. He has contract with Milan until the end of the current season, and there are no indications that his loan will be extended.

Simon Kjaer

Even though the Danish defender had solid start in Milan, his age is the biggest issue that would stand in the way to his stay in AC Milan. The policy which the rossoneri have is that they mostly will sign young players, while Kjaer is not one of them. Besides this Matteo Gabbia is playing more and more, and Leo Duarte is expected to recover by the end of the season. Knowing all of these facts it is very unlikely that Simon will remain in Milan for next season.

Lucas Biglia

Biglia is another player that is expected to leave the rossoneri this summer. His contract expires and new one will not be given to him. The team is being rebuilt , and player in his age is very unlikely to stay in Milan.

Giacomo Bonaventura

One of the favorite AC Milan players Jack Bonaventura is one of the players who has most chances to get new deal. Bonaventura had big injury and after his recovery he is slowly getting back on the fields. Pioli gives him chances to play, however he still is not the old player that we all know. If Bonaventura manages to rise his form and impress the management he could get new contract, however his chances are getting lower and lower.

Alexis Saelemaekers

Alexis Saelemaekers is one of the January transfer window signings. Alexis was brought in Milan as replacement for Suso, however the fact that he was not bought right away gives the possibility that Milan will not buy him. As we understand the rossoneri have certain clauses in the contract with Anderlecht which could make this loan permanent transfer, however they are not made public. The fact that Alexis was brought by Maldini and Boban can be another bad influence to the possible stay of this talented player.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic

The legendary Ibrakadabra is one of the players which can leave AC Milan in June as well. Even though it was very likely that Zlatan could have remained in Milan next season as well the departure of Boban and Maldini will make this almost impossible. Both of them were one of the biggest factors which influenced his return in Milan, and without them in the team Zlatan is very likely that will leave as well.

Besides this six players which have expiring contracts with the rossoneri, Donnarumma , Ante Rebic and Theo Hernandez could also leave the rossoneri. Donnarumma’s contract with Milan expires at the end of the next season, and if the management can not convince him to stay, he will be sold in on order to earn as much as possible instead of letting him go for free.

Theo Hernandez and Ante Rebic on the other side were brought in Milan by Paolo Maldini and Zvonimir Boban, and their departure can influence the possible departures of both of them.