It doesn’t look like he’s going to have an easy season for the AC Milan midfielder
Yunus Musah left Valencia CF in one of those irresistible sales that happen in football these days. A player who cost four dollars after two acceptable seasons and a good World Cup with the USA left Mestalla for €25 million. AC Milan, brand new Champions League semi-finalists, his destiny.
Tonali’s departure and the sporting ability Yunus Musah had displayed at Valencia CF indicated it would mean something for the manager. After serving a suspension on Matchday 1, he barely played 25 minutes on the other two Matchdays. And those 25 minutes were after Giroud scored the 4-1 that ended the game against Torino.
Yunus Musah is already considering a return to Valencia CF
Last weekend saw AC Milan’s first major meeting with a visit to the Olímpico in Rome, where they took on José Mourinho’s side. Yunus Musah doesn’t mean he wasn’t part of the game, just that he didn’t play a single minute of it. It is obvious that it is too early to draw any conclusions.
As it turns out, coach Stefano Pioli has a long-term plan for Yunus Musah and didn’t want to impose it until his adjustment to the Italian league and his teammates is complete. However, Players usually have no patience and in Musah’s environment they are already studying a scenario without minutes until January.
No minutes in Milan
Then AC Milan should decide on a player for whom 25 million euros have been invested. Obviously, at Valencia CF, Rubén Baraja will be happy to have Yunus Musah back with him. The footballer should look for a way out when he is not playing and a transfer seems the best.
Furthermore, nothing has changed at all in Valencia. Quite the opposite. A squad where the return of Yunus Musah would mean an undeniable leap in quality is increasingly being weakened. It will be necessary to follow the development of Milan and the plans Pioli has for the American.
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