The European Championship ends, the Milan market begins. But it was the day of the Romans

The European Championship affects the market, even the Italian market. And so if Spain will have to deal with England for the title, Milan will have to wait a few more days to get an initial response from Morata regarding his offer. In fact, a 3-year contract is ready for him, worth around 5 and a half million plus bonuses. Of course, it won’t be a surprise for Morata to find this type of offer from the Rossoneri. But it’s clear that up until now it hasn’t been the first thing on his mind. From Monday, however, every day will be good to get a response that Milan expects to be positive, given the signals that are arriving.
But it doesn’t end there. Because with the exit of France there have also been steps forward for Fofana: he has been offered a 5-year contract and the agreement with the player – which is obviously preparatory to then going to the assault on Monaco – is ever closer. Milan has made its contractual proposal, it will probably need to be improved, but the agreement with the player is one step away. It will not be automatic to find an agreement with Monaco, who are asking for 25 million euros. But the negotiation has entered the heart of the matter.

With Morata’s departure from Madrid, a round of strikers could be triggered. Because in place of Morata, Atletico are certainly interested in Dobvyk (who Milan had also inquired about) but in the squad there is also Kolo Muani. Of course he has a completely different cost, but at PSG he is not held in high esteem. And if he were to leave, another puzzle could be completed: the door of Paris would open for Osimhen and at the same time that of Napoli for Lukaku.
But today, objectively, was the day of the Romans.

Immobile says goodbye and will go to Besiktas. 3 million for the player’s registration, a symbolic figure, to reach which everyone has taken a step forward. Lazio lowering their demands, Immobile giving up a month’s salary and bonuses, Besiktas adding money. A historic page for Lazio is closing: one cycle has ended, now they are trying to open another. Which could perhaps have the features of Greenwood. Marseille has an agreement with United, but not yet with the player. Who, moreover – in addition to his doubts – is now also at the center of a heated debate on his history that has clearly made a lot of noise. This is why Lazio still hopes and feels quite confident. Practically everything will depend on the player, even if an agreement with the English will have to be found. Instead, in the meantime, Lazio has reached a basic agreement with Arsenal for Nuno Tavares: a 5 million euro operation plus a significant % of future resale. An agreement with the player should also arrive shortly.

Roma have instead made Le Fee official from Rennes and now they are looking for a striker. The first name continues to be En-Nesyri, valued at 20 million euros by Sevilla. Watch out for the competition though, especially that of Mourinho’s Fenerbahce who are offering the player 6 million net (in addition of course to the Arab clubs). The alternative? Mikautadze, from Metz.

Speaking of Rome: long-negotiated by the Giallorossi, without however finding an agreement, Valentini will eventually end up at Fiorentina (starting in January).
Iker Bravo from Bayer Leverkusen is arriving in Udine, there is still talk of Sanchez and an attempt has been made for Duncan, released by Fiorentina.
The official announcements have also arrived: those of Napoli (Rafa Marin and Spinazzola, by the way Buongiorno will have his medical on Friday), those of Juve (Thuram) and those of Inter (Taremi). Como is confident about Varane, while Monza hopes to be able to sign Szczesny (but at the end of the transfer market). Verona has made official the arrival of Frese, from Nordsjelland.