AC Milan are expected to be buyers in the January transfer window with two positions in particular targeted, a journalist has claimed.
Daniele Longo of Calciomercato.com spoke to Football Italia and was asked about Milan’s plans for the winter window, given that they are thin on depth while battling yet another injury crisis as Stefano Pioli continues to be plagued by selection problems.
Longo writes that Milan ‘will move with caution’ in the January transfer window but are ‘looking for a couple of specific targets’ to strengthen the squad available. Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara are ‘monitoring a dozen profiles’ that can play either as attacking midfielders or wingers.
Brest’s 23-year-old playmaker Romain Faivre is on top of the wish list but 22-year-old Dutch international Noa Lang of Club Brugge and Anderlecht’s 20-year-old attacking midfielder Charles De Ketelaere are also among the potential targets.
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No need for the suspense. None of these folks can arrive in January except for Faivre.
Any of these 3 players or combination thereof would be perfect. However, I agree with @Xavier Escobar – none will likely arrive on January except for maybe Faivre. Faivre @ 15M is a must for January and should be bought at all costs.
Charles De Ketelaere is a level above these other 2. He will be a world class player, and pretty soon.