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AC Milan hold edge over Roma for Sassuolo midfielder Duncan
06/01/2019, 15:40
According to what has been reported by Sportitalia, contacts between AC Milan and Sassuolo over midfielder Alfred Duncan have been ongoing for weeks and look to be hurtling towards completion.

The Neroverdi midfielder, who the club value at a reported €20m, could be the perfect signing for AC Milan; the Rossoneri seeing bids for Lazio midfielder Milinkovic-Savic rejected, as well as missing out on the potential signings of Cesc Fabregas and Denis Suarez to Barcelona and Arsenal respectively.

Roma are also said to be interested in Duncan, yet the player would prefer a move to AC Milan over the Italian capital.

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