AC Milan’s scouts have been at work identifying players who could fill gaps in the squad as early as January, and two full-backs have ended up on their list.
According to Calciomercato.com, Milan have sent observers to the Bundesliga over the past few weeks and they have returned two names that are circled in red and who will be carefully evaluated in the next few months.
The first is Kiliann Sildillia, a French right-back born in 2002 currently playing for SC Freiburg. The second is Joe Scally, also a right-back, also born in 2002 playing for Borussia Mönchenglabdach.
The latter is a team-mate of Yunus Musah and Christian Pulisic at international level so there would already be some chemistry there, though nothing is mentioned about price tag.
Geoffrey Moncada and Antonio D’Ottavio are already working on the strategy for the coming windows. A concrete attempt is expected for Juan Miranda of Real Betis for the left-back role, and Jonathan David of Lille is top of the striker list for next summer