CM: Milan determined to give Rangnick a striker – €50m Real Madrid man, Eredivisie star targets

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are monitoring two strikers ahead of a possible revolution in the forward department this summer, a report claims.

Calciomercato.com are reporting that the Rossoneri management are desperate to give Ralf Rangnick the attacking firepower necessary to make his transition to Serie A as seamless as possible, and Schick is one of the names on the wish list.

While Patrik Schick has emerged as a target over the last few days, the outlet adds that Luka Jovic of Real Madrid remains a very hot name.

The good relations with his agent Fali Ramadani could help Milan get a deal over the line, but Los Blancos continue to ask for figure close to €50m to facilitate his exit, while the Rossoneri are aiming for a two-year loan with an option to buy.

Meanwhile, AZ Alkmaar striker Myron Boadu is also a man on Milan’s wish list, but in recent days the player refused to rule out staying for another season at least after the Eredivisie was cancelled early due to the Coronavirus.

He netted 20 goals in 39 games for AZ and is represented by Mino Raiola, another agent with a big influence at Milan.

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