Milan in the coming months will experience another small revolution in its management: After Boban’s farewell due to the differences with Gazidis, Maldini, the man who wanted and made the signing of the side, could also leave. In Italy they wonder if the goodbye of Paolo, with whom the player has a great relationship, could complicate his future as a rossonero.His agent, Manuel García Quilón, interviewed by ‘Calciomercato.it’, currently continues to see him in San Siro: “You have to confirm your level in Milan and it will be worth well over 50 million euros” A market value that can skyrocket, tripling the ‘barely’ 20 million euros that the Milan team spent to get their services.Many at Bel Paese wonder why at Real Madrid it was difficult for them to show the talent they are admiring there. “Theo has come to Madrid very young“Quilón says,” maybe with him he lacked a little patience. With young people who have qualities, you have to have a lot and give them space. In a club as important as merengue the situations are very immediate and prevent you from having any patience with young people. Sometimes it is time to look for a place in other teams, where then perhaps they explode … As is happening to Theo. ”At just 22 years old, the French still promises a lot: “If you continue on your path and do the work you have to do with the support of the club,” said Quilón, “is called to be one of the best left backs in the world“ Milan was experiencing another very complex season before the sad break due to the coronavirus emergency, but one of the positive news from the Rossoneri, perhaps the best, was the arrival of Theo Hernandez. Since that meeting in Ibiza with Paolo Maldini, who convinced him to accept his proposal and abandon that of the Leverkusen, the winger has almost immediately become one of the stars of the club. From its premiere, in the 72nd minute of the derby with Inter played in September, Theo basically hasn’t turned green again: He played all the following league games without ever being replaced, except one, against Atalanta in December (that painful 5-0), which was lost by sanction.Your contribution is decisive in both phases: punctual in defense and often decisive in attack. In his 25 games this course he made six goals and two assists, and is the second youngest defender (after Sebastiaan Bornauw from Colonia) in having made at least five goals in the five biggest European leagues. The ‘Opta’ has always included him in the best eleven of Calcium of this course, and he also did it this month, analyzing performance and statistics related to the entire current season.