The upcoming summer transfer window promises to be exciting for Milan, as they seek to bolster several areas of their squad and invest in promising talents for the future. Ideally, the acquisitions will not only enhance the team but also integrate seamlessly into the setup.

According to reports from, Milan may revisit their interest in Ez Abde, the former Barcelona winger currently plying his trade at Real Betis. The Moroccan winger has caught the eye of the club, with previous links to a move to Milan surfacing last summer.

Despite opting for Betis over Milan for more playing time opportunities, Abde hasn’t enjoyed as much game time as expected, starting in only five of his 32 appearances for the club. Nevertheless, he has managed to contribute positively with five goals.



Given his situation, there’s a tangible chance that Abde could be available for transfer in the summer. Betis acquired him for €7.5 million, and while they’ll seek a return on their investment, the involvement of Barcelona, who hold a 50% sell-on clause, adds complexity to the potential profit margin.

Milan’s prior scouting knowledge of Abde means they could be inclined to pursue him in the upcoming window. Moreover, with ongoing interest in Rafael Leao, securing Abde could serve as a proactive measure to find his successor early on.

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