According to a report by the Italian media "Full Market", although Manchester United and Brighton have also offered to buy Hauge, Milan is in a leading position in the competition.
"Full Market" stated that Hayug has now become one of the sweet pastries in the transfer market. Although Manchester United and Brighton have made offers, Milan is in the lead in the transfer battle for Haug.
Milan’s initial offer was 4 million (including bonuses), and Bodo Grint’s asking price was 6 million euros. Milan technical director Maldini and sports director Marsala hope to finalize the deal, and they have been in contact with Bodo Grint. The transaction will progress soon, and a possibly decisive meeting is expected to be held on Tuesday. Haug sees Milan as his first choice. This transaction may eventually be completed at a price of 5 million euros.