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AC Milan, Carrasco and the like on Instagram; Leonardo moves
03/01/2019, 19:00
As revealed in the past few days, AC Milan have set their sights on former Atletico Madrid start Yannick Carrasco, who reportedly is looking to leave China this January. 
 
The player perfectly fits the Rossoneri's needs, as they're looking for a winger that can play as a second striker, as well as a left midfielder in a 4-4-2 formation. Furthermore, the player himself has seemingly shown a lenient view to a transfer, having liked a photo with the news linking him to Milan. A bit of a reach, yes, but still a sign to consider. 

 
As learned by Calciomercato.com, Leonardo has already moved for Carrasco, having inquired about the Belgian, although there are two main obstacles: First and foremost, the price tag of the player, who was signed for €27m by Dalian Yifang in February. Secondly, the player would have to lower his salary significantly, currently earning €10m per year. 
 
Carrasco has flirted with the Milan, and Leonardo moves. In fact, the sporting director started following the winger on Instagram a while back. 
 
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