CorSport: Milan to continue with Kamada move before changing transfer strategy

By Euan Burns -

AC Milan are going to push ahead with their plans to sign Daichi Kamada on a free transfer but they could then change the transfer strategy and go after fresh targets, a report claims. 

As has been reported by Corriere dello Sport (via Pianeta Milan), the Rossoneri need to think quickly following the decision to part ways with Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara.

There are many targets that Maldini and Massara have been working on acquiring, and the first one through the door was expected to be Kamada. The club are still likely to push ahead with that deal for the former Eintracht Frankfurt attacking midfielder.

After that, though, there could be plenty of other names that suddenly get linked with the club as they start to go after fresh targets who fit a new way of thinking.

Milan are suddenly a very hard team to judge in the transfer window.

Tags AC Milan Daichi Kamada Frederic Massara Paolo Maldini


  1. Probably a fantastic idea to tie up the Japan international since there’s so much speculation about our budget and you can’t beat free.

  2. Wait until you hear from Kamada first. It was Maldini and Massara he had an agreement with and not anyone else.

  3. Why it’s hard team to judge summer transfer as Monacada is winner of everything that Milan has succeeded.

    We should judge how much negotiation he, furlani, cardinale and useless Pioli can do to bring top players.

    Don’t hire Kamada as he is Maldini recruit.

  4. Too many news about this about that, and too many opinions.

    Just hope that the club’s owner landed this first transfer, Kamada to Milan. And then bring the red bird idea to growth Milan.

  5. I guess this also. means that SMS is completely out of the picture now. We’ll go for. some. kod of 19, or 20 tops, whose. numbers say he’ll make Messi look like a 2nd tier player?!?
    I. mean, that’s the “new. Milan”oguc, right?!

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