AC Milan’s search for another striker to add to Andre Silva continues, with the same names being repeatedly linked to the Rossoneri.
Vincenzo Montella reportedly wants six attacking players in his squad for next season and so there is still a free place in the offensive department.
According to Il Giornale, the name of Andrea Belotti remains alive in the notebook of Milan’s summer targets.
However, as noted, a deal would be costly due to the €100million release clause placed in the contract of il Gallo, something making the economic side of the pursuit difficult.
Meanwhile, Gazzetta dello Sport claims that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang or Nikola Kalinic are the priorities.
It is reported that the Dortmund striker is close to agreeing a deal with Chinese Super League club Tianjin Quanjian.
They have apparently offered €75m to sign the Gabon international, with a wage of up to €25m per season on offer.
With Gianluca Lapadula and Carlos Bacca possibly exiting the club this summer, Milan’s search for attacking re-inforcement looks set to continue.