AC Milan’s business with Parma may not yet be done as they are interested in a couple of Rossoneri outcasts, according to a report.
Calciomercato.com reports that the Rossoneri are now focusing on the outgoing market having plugged some gaps in the squad. After the arrival of Mandzukic, Lorenzo Colombo could be allowed to leave on loan with Cremonese and Brescia in contention.
However, particular attention must be paid to Parma who – after closing the Andrea Conti deal – have asked about two other players. Among their priorities is to find a central defender and they are working on the names of Federico Fazio of Roma and Mateo Musacchio.
For the latter, the road seems less difficult because Frederic Massara is totally open to a sale, with contacts in progress. There is still no agreement with the entourage of the former Villarreal man, but it could very well go through.
Parma also asked Milan for Rade Krunic. The Bosnian international is wanted by their sporting director Marcello Carli, as the two worked together at Empoli. However, at the moment it does not seem likely as Paolo Maldini and Stefano Pioli do not consider Krunic to be on the market.