In addition to Olivier Giroud, Milan could bring in another striker this summer with the aim of landing a more long-term solution. In other words, the player would have to be young and promising.
The other condition, quite an important one as well, is that the transfer would have to be relatively cheap as the Rossoneri have already made significant investments on the market. Mike Maignan was signed for €13m and Fikayo Tomori cost €28m.
According to Corriere Dello Sport (via MilanNews), Milan have set their sights on Toulouse youngster Amine Adli. The 21-year-old could be a wildcard for the attack and there is great optimism that an agreement can be reached.
He would cost less than €10m and his salary also wouldn’t be high, considering that he currently plays in the Ligue 2. The market is long, of course, but seems the Rossoneri are very set on signing the young Frenchman.