The summer transfer window closes in less than two weeks, and teams are putting the final touches on their squad for the first half of their 2021-22 season.
According to UOL Esporte, AC Milan expressed in recent days interest in Grêmio’s Vanderson. The Italian club sent an offer of approximately €10-million, including bonuses, but Grêmio did not want to proceed with the negotiation.
Furthermore, a recent target for Arsenal, the young right-back, is considered today behind the scenes at the Brazilian club as “non-negotiable.”
Grêmio believes Vanderson may have an even greater appreciation in the coming months, which means possibly a better offer than what Milan is currently proposing.
Vanderson is still young since he’s 20-years-old and has a contract in force until 2025 with a release clause of €100-million, so there’s no rush to sell the right-back until the right offer comes their way. The defender has made 40 appearances where he’s scored four goals and registered one assist.