Antonio Sanabria gladly accepted to join Milan late in the summer after Torino sealed the deal for Duvan Zapata. The Rossoneri were scrambling to find a deputy for Olivier Giroud. The Granata marksman was keen on the transfer, which seemed destined to come together on the deadline day, La Stampa informs.
However, Ivan Juric intervened and stopped the negotiation. He insisted on having three center-forwards. The Paraguayan striker didn’t push the envelope and stayed put, even though he would no longer be guaranteed the starting job.
After their attempt for Sanabria went bust, Milan…
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