Juventus are apparently very interested in a summer move for AC Milan full back Mattia De Sciglio and the Rossoneri are set to stand firm and reject any approaches.
The league leaders made bids to Milan in both the January and Summer transfer windows of this year, both of which were rejected but they are set to try again. According to Mediaset Premium Sport via Calciomercato Milan are not willing to sell to their rivals under any circumstances.
The Italian champions look desperate for a right back as Stephan Lichtsteiner’s contract runs out this summer and Dani Alves’ has not had such great form since signing from Barcelona on a free transfer this summer.
De Sciglio has played 14 games for Milan and has one assist to his name. The full back has not been in the form of his life but came into this current season having had a very impressive European Championships.
Other clubs that are said to be interested include Bayern Munich and league rivals AS Roma and Napoli.
Outspoken owner Silvio Berlusconi has categorically ruled out selling any players to Juventus as he looks to sell the club.
AC Milan currently sit in Italy’s last Champions League spot at third having had a very good start to the season under Vincenzo Montella and look a completely different team to the one that finished seventh last season.
Montella will look to do his best to keep a hold of Milan’s flourishing stars and help the club get back to their former status.