It seems that AC Milan are very much business as usual on the transfer front despite Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara’s recent sackings, with two attacking targets identified.
As Calciomercato.com report, Geoffrey Moncada and his scouting team have ‘no shortage of ideas’ and are working to strengthen the squad, with Marcus Thuram very much in the crosshairs and talks underway.
There are now constant discussions with the entourage of Thuram, who will leave Borussia Mönchenglabdach on a free transfer after four years there. PSG are strongly interested him, while Inter are in the background.
The new Rossoneri sporting director is pushing to make up for lost time and is betting strongly on the strength of what he can pitch to Thuram, which is a guaranteed starting role. At PSG, meanwhile, he would be a reserve.
The Frenchman isn’t the only lead Milan are working on as there are several names in Moncada’s notebook and among these there is certainly Noah Okafor.
In the last few hours, the Milan have re-established contact with the entourage of the Swiss striker forward who really wants to move to Italy and Serie A. He would cost €20-25m, and will definitely leave Red Bull Salzburg this summer.