CM.it: Milan could sign two strikers on permanent deals from Chelsea this summer – the latest

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are thinking of signing yet another player from Chelsea as Michy Batshuayi’s name has cropped up again, according to a report.

With Zlatan Ibrahimovic out for two months after knee surgery, there continues to be speculation that Milan could sign two strikers this summer. A number of targets have been linked such as Olivier Giroud, Edin Dzeko, Sasa Kalajdzic and most recently Luka Jovic, but the situation seems to be a fluid one.

Journalist Ekrem Konur recently reported that Milan want to sign Batshuayi on loan from Chelsea ahead of the 2021-22 season and a return to the Champions League, given that he is a striker who is still relatively young (27) but also has top-level experience.

According to the latest from Calciomercato.it, the Rossoneri have indeed reignited their interest in Batshuayi, who has been linked in the past and who sporting director Ricky Massara is particularly fond of. Not only that, but the deal would be a permanent one and not a loan.

The source also confirms that Milan have reached an agreement with Olivier Giroud and are only waiting for the Frenchman to get the green light from Chelsea to leave on a free.

Tags AC Milan Michy Batshuayi

8 Comments

  1. abanjo2003 says:

    jovic>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>batshuayi + Giroud

    1. Eddie says:

      Buying player who can’t make double digits scoring but won’t add an extra million to your important player. 🤦🏻

  2. Marius says:

    Don’t waste the money on these strikers. Buy sasa kalajdzic. He can make the difference and for 20 mil he is a bargain

  3. I am Forzza says:

    Journalist Ekrem Konur is a liar and writes nonsense and provocations

  4. Zoro Caloro says:

    More and more foreigners… no nation pride here, no longer does Milan have an identity as AC Milan. You could change their name tomorrow and it wouldn’t matter anymore.

  5. Abakar says:

    We don’t need these garbage players at Milan.

  6. Marius says:

    We had donnaruma and he didn’t sustain this cause. We are in Europe and nationalism is not the answer anymore. Italian players are good but not for milan because they are expensive. The only solution to insert more italians in first eleven is to promote from primavera: colombo, olzer, maldini etc.. but they can become key players or sucomb in flops… And milan cannot aford this luxury right now… Milan project on paper sustain this but in reality, as long as Pioli is in charge you will not see youngsters promoted period.

    1. Tigs says:

      Pioli’s squad last season is mostly youngsters: kalulu, leao, hauge, maldini, colombo, saelemakers, tonali. Others are on their early 20’s like benacher, kessie, tomori, diaz, dollaruma. So i don’t agree with your point there. Specially in the CL we need experienced and established players. But I agree italian players r expensive. Retaining likes of Pogeba is important to have homegrown player quota

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