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Sensi buys a house in Milan, summer move imminent?
20/05/2019, 12:30

According to Tuttosport, there is a new clue that makes the possibility of Stefano Sensi move to Milan a bit closer to.
 
The Rossoneri club has been in negotiations with Sassuolo for the player for some time now and, if reports are to be believed, then the Italian midfielder already bought a house in Milan. The biggest indication yet of this potential summer transfer.
 
The 23-year-old has scored 2 and assisted 5 in 28 Serie A appearances this year. It is expected Sassuolo will make a hefty profit on the player they signed for only €3.6 million back in 2016.
 
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