AC Milan are admirers of Juventus forward Moise Kean but they will have to offer a permanent deal if they are to land him, according to a report.
It was reported by Sky that Milan are exploring the idea of a move for Kean given the doubts they currently have in the centre-forward position, with Divock Origi expected to be sold and Lorenzo Colombo potentially heading out on loan before the window closes.
According to what is being reported by Corriere dello Sport (via MilanNews), Milan do indeed have Kean on their list of targets for the striker position. Juventus, however, are not willing to let him leave via any formula that includes a loan.
If the Milan management are serious about their attempts to sign the Italy international then they will have to send an offer for a permanent deal, something they might not have the leftover budget to do.