Milan has very clear priorities in the transfer market, and one of them is to find a quality alternative for left-back Theo Hernández, with the Rossonero club focusing its attention on Juan Miranda, a young Spanish left-back who currently plays for Real Betis.
Milan’s interest in Miranda is not new, since the Italian club had tried to sign him last summer, although at that time the negotiations did not come to fruition. Now, Milan seems willing to resume those conversations in search of an agreement that will allow them to secure Miranda as a valid alternative in the left-back position.
Free signing for 2024/2025
One of the reasons that makes this move attractive for Milan is that Miranda‘s contract with Betis expires on June 30, 2024. This means that from January 1, the player could agree to his arrival at San Siro at zero cost for the following season, which would be a great asset for the Italian club, something that worries the green and white club, which would lose one of its defensive assets without earning a single euro.