AC Milan have an interest in signing Gianluca Scamacca but the current asking price is off-putting, according to a report.
With six goals scored in his last eight Serie A appearances, Scamacca appears to have bounced back well after a few months in which he played little and scored even less. As Calciomercato.com writes a number of clubs were linked with him in January including Juventus, Milan, Parma and even the idea of a return to Sassuolo, but he remains and the choice appears to have been a good one.
The Rossoblu in fact did not want to lose such an important loanee six months in advance, which they would have been forced to do only upon payment of compensation, but that did not happen because Sassuolo did not get an offer near the €25m they wanted to sell.
Juventus and Milan were scared off by the asking price then and now Sassuolo want €40m for the 22-year-old too – a very high figure, for a player who is still young and with ample room for improvement. To date, the two clubs have other plans for the summer and do not consider such an investment for Scamacca.