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Agent offers two players to AC Milan

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German agent Sascha Empacher met with Maldini and Boban today and has offered AC Milan the opportunity to sign two of his clients.

It is clearly a difficult time for AC Milan. The Rossoneri sacked their coach after just seven games in charge and trusted the direction of the squad to Stefano Pioli. Nevertheless, the management is also active regarding the transfer market.

The first rounds of Serie A have shown that AC Milan needs reinforcements. It can’t be Marco Giampaolo’s fault for everything. Perhaps some experienced signings in January could be all that a young side like the Rossoneri needs.

Paolo Maldini and Zvonimir Boban are already thinking about the upcoming winter transfer window and have initiated contacts with various agents. Sascha Empacher, agent of the German agency SPOCS, was at Casa Milan today.

The Managing Director of SPOCS is not a new face for the Rossoneri as he negotiated the unsuccessful transfer of defender Ozan Kabak last summer. According to MilanNews.it, the agent met again this morning with the Rossoneri executives to offer two of his clients: Baba Rahman and Mohamed Elneny.

Let-back Baba Rahman has a contract with Chelsea until 2022. He has been part of the Blues since 2015 when Chelsea paid paid €20 million to purchase him from Augsburg. The 25-year-old defender is on a season-long loan in Spain at Mallorca. However, he has made only two appearances so far and Chelsea are looking to cut short his spell in La Liga.

Mohamed Elneny is facing a similar situation in Turkey. The 27-year-old midfielder plays for Besiktas on loan from Arsenal. A former talent of Basel, Elneny moved to Turkey but so far has made only two league appearances. MilanNews.it reports that the parties may have also discussed on the situation of Kabak who, after rejecting a summer move to Milan, has found little space at Schalke 04.

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Source: acmilaninfo.com

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