Franck Kessie will probably stay at Milan for the near future as he and his representative stay confident from the Rossoneri’s “job” despite reported interest from the Premier League.
Kessie, 23, is currently in his third season in San Siro having united by Atalanta at 2017 and had been enjoying a powerful effort before European soccer has been brought to a stop from the coronavirus pandemic.
The Ivory Coast worldwide has polarised opinion among fans throughout his period at Milan, but he’s widely regarded to have been enjoying his very best football at the club as Stefano Pioli’s appointment as coach in October.
Arsenal, Wolves and West Ham will be the Premier League clubs that the box-to-box midfielder was connected with, and as Milan seem destined to overlook Champions League soccer again, he could have been enticed into a movement.
“I recall we combined Milan when they had been a bet, we did it since this is a team which has meant a great deal to people,” George Atangana informed Calciomercato.
“Today there’s a project under development and because of this, the current leads me to believe that the future may also be black and red.
“We’re in one of the main clubs in the world, which surely doesn’t encounter the moment of greatest splendour, but that plans to revive itself”
Milan have summoned gamers straight back to Italy as they prepare to come back to training, together with Italian prime minister Giuseppe Conte affirming teams are going to have the ability to resume training in classes, while adhering to social bookmarking steps, from May 18.
However, Atangana affirmed Kessie is trapped in Ivory Coast for the second on account of this nation closing its boundaries in an effort to impede down the spread of COVID-19.
“Ivory Coast has shut its borders and because of this it’s difficult to bring him back, however, I understand Franck trains daily to become to ensure he’s prepared, and he attempts to make himself useful too from a societal perspective,” explained Atangana.
In circumstances such as this, whoever can help have to accomplish that.”