The Danish player reached an agreement and will remain two more seasons at San Siro.
Milan keep thinking about what’s next. And the good streak he has had since the restart of Serie A allows him to dream of the next championship, of continuing to fight for a place in European competitions. And that’s why they don’t sit still in the market, especially when it comes to signing. This Wednesday it was learned that the Italian team exercised its option to keep its staff at Simon Kjaer, defender who belongs to Seville.
The total value was 3.5 million euros added to a two-year contract to stay in San Siro. Kjaer has 13 appearances in all competitions for Milan, which for now is seventh in the standings with six games to go.
The good relations between the rossoneri club and Seville, after the transfer of Suso, have made this negotiation not so complicated. In fact, Milan should soon receive from Spain a sum of 24 million for the Iberian player.
– AC Milan (@acmilan) July 15, 2020
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