The agent of Hoffenheim striker Andrej Kramaric appears to be talking up the idea of a move to AC Milan for his client, who he thinks would be a good fit.
Milan are known to be in the market for a new centre-forward given that Olivier Giroud will turn 37 next season, Zlatan Ibrahimovic retired at the end of the last campaign and Divock Origi had a disappointing first season.
Many names have been linked from Alvaro Morata and Gianluca Scamacca to Mehdi Taremi and Folarin Balogun, but Kramaric is a profile that is yet to be associated with the Rossoneri, something his agent is trying to change.
Vincenzo Cavaliere spoke to Sportitalia regarding the future of the Croatian, who amassed 12 goals and 3 assists in 34 games last season across all competitions.
“Kramaric is an amazing player. He would make the difference in any team. He is a goal machine not only in the Bundesliga, but also in the Croatian national team, in which he is a fundamental player in the group,” he said (via PianetaMilan).
“Obviously I see Kramaric doing well at Milan. Andrej covers various roles and flexibility is one of his great qualities, which allows him to offer always a high level of performance. And with Giroud he would form an ideal couple.”
Whether these claims will materialise into a concrete interest remains to be seen, but the Taremi and Morata links suggest Milan are not against signing a striker with experience, given Kramaric is 32.