AC Milan are looking for a striker on the market as Lorenzo Colombo is pushing for his loan move to Monza. In the last few days, Mehdi Taremi has been mentioned as an option again and there is some truth to it, a report claims.
Milan and Monza have an agreement for the loan move of Colombo, who spent last season on loan at Lecce. The youngster would like another loan as he would get more playing time, but the Rossoneri have not sanctioned the move yet.
According to Calciomercato.com, they are looking to sign a replacement first but the roads leading to Hugo Ekitike and Armando Broja are very difficult. In the last few days, Milan reignited talks with Porto over Taremi to understand if a discount can be made on the €25-30m request.
However, the Portuguese side don’t seem willing to grant any big discounts and the only way for Milan would thus be a loan with an option to buy. Alternatively, a permanent deal worth around €10-15m. The interest is there but the operation remains difficult, in other words.