AC Milan’s strategy for the summer transfer window is clear: young but experienced players will be brought in to strengthen the squad. With Ralf Rangnick in pole position to replace Stefano Pioli, the revolution is imminent.
Of course, as young players with experience aren’t always cheap, the Rossoneri will have to be smart this summer. Aiming to adopt an RB Leipzig-style model, Rangnick could be the key man to lead the club into a new era.
A few days ago, La Stampa (via MilanNews) reported that Milan could make a new attempt for the 24-year-old Everton Soares, who has been on their radar since last summer. In an interview with MilanNews.it, the player’s agent hinted at this.
“In the summer of 2019, Milan made an offer to Gremio but they rejected it. Last November, I was in Milan and I had a quick chat with Maldini and other club representatives.
“However, they told me that they wouldn’t make an offer during January, while the interest could return if Everton is still for sale in the summer. But with the Coronavirus, we don’t know what will happen,” he stated.
However, as Paolo Maldini could leave the club this summer, the interest in the Brazilian winger could be put on hold. Don’t forget to check out the latest episode of the SempreMilan podcast (see video below).