The Partenopei have approached Milan once again for the services of Mattia De Sciglio.
Throughout the last few weeks, Napoli has made it clear they are eager to sign the Italian international. Rai journalist Ciro Venerable has revealed new reports indicating that Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has opened the door to a possible sale.
With the likes of Ignazio Abate, Luca Antonelli, Davide Calabria, and Leonel Vangioni, Milan is at no shortages when it comes to full backs. Being out of Europe yet again, the rossoneri could very well be able to cash in on De Sciglio after an impressive EURO 2016. However, De Sciglio himself has reportedly blocked the deal due to personal reasons regarding his dislike of the Neapolitan society.
Since joining Milan’s first team in 2011, De Sciglio has made 85 appearances for the club and is still not yet reached his peak at the young age of 23. He has also made 26 appearances for the Azzurri since making his senior debut in 2013.