The Rossoneri are ready to part ways with the veteran Ghanaian midfielder in order to bring in a new player as they hope for a positive season in the Serie A
The Rossoneri are looking for reinforcements and have pinpointed the 28-year-old Swiss international as the ideal candidate to freshen up the midfield department after Essien failed to live up to expectation.
Tuttosport reports that with Dzemaili’s contract due to expire next year, Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis is happy to accept a discounted fee somewhere between the range of €3.5-4 million. Milan are ready to fund the deal by selling the former Chelsea star this summer.
Dzemaili played in the ongoing World Cup in Brazil where he scored once in two substitute appearances.
Olympiakos, Trabzonspor and clubs in UAE and Qatar have all expressed interest in signing Essien.