CM: Copenhagen and Nantes duo identified by Milan as alternatives to Juve-bound striker

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan reportedly have two alternative targets highlighted as they look set to miss out on Kaio Jorge, who is Juventus-bound.

MilanNews reports that Milan spoke with the entourage of Kaio Jorge and managed to get a verbal agreement over personal terms, but Juventus obtained a written agreement with the player and his agents on Monday which puts the Bianconeri in an advantageous position.

According to the latest from Calciomercato.com, the 19-year-old is indeed closing in on a move to Juventus, so the Rossoneri management have been forced to look at alternative tracks to add a young striker to the ranks.

One of the names mentioned is FC Copenhagen’s Mohamed Daramy who is 19 years old and can actually play on either wing too if necessary. The 22-year-old Nantes striker Randal Kolo Muani is another profile that the Milan scouting department have highlighted as a possible target worth investing in this summer.


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6 Comments

  1. Id says:

    Why do they always want twins?

    1. rivera says:

      why do they always fuckup transfers ?

  2. Ogunbanwo Babatunde Michael says:

    Truth be told,Milan are not really serious about this their young and talented players policy else they would have gone all out to secure Jorge who would in nearest future be a hit…just like pogba when Juve took him as a free agent,Milan was supposedly close to signing him when juve showed more seriousness,the rest is history a sell of 105million pounds with huge capital gain…Milan will surely not anything if they had gone ahead to pay a below Santos asking price for a raw gold…after all Santos invested in him to be who he is.

    1. Eka says:

      I am agree with you why milan looses sign santos sticker , poor club

  3. Cruzio says:

    No brainer

    1. rivera says:

      Yes one would clearly say, but Maldini and Massara are on tight reigns with the owners and their budget is small compared to other clubs

      In saying this maybe their strategy of attaining big signs is wrong and a hit and miss strategy system
      Losing out to Juve is a hard hit and a slap in the face to Maldini and Massara

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