AC Milan have three or four names on their list as they begin their search for a new back-up left-back, according to a report.
Calciomercato.com write that the decision to sign a new left-back was already made in January but then postponed due to various reasons until the summer. Milan concretely tried to sign a player in that position capable of attacking and defending well.
Milan are looking for a quality alternative to Theo Hernandez and have a list of three or four names like Matias Vina of Palmeiras, a player who has been repeatedly linked over the past few months. Barcelona’s Junior Firpo remains a viable option even if the competition is quite substantial, as Napoli have begun talks with his agents.
The starting request for Firpo is €15m and Barcelona do not intend to give discounts for the 24-year-old, and the report concludes by stating that Italian clubs have already been advised regarding this decision.