AC Milan have been on the verge of signing three strikers in the last 48 hours, with the latest being Sevilla’s Rafa Mir.
According to Gianluca Di Marzio, Milan went for Patson Daka of Leicester City but since he was a non-EU player, difficulties arose with the documentation deadlines. The Rossoneri therefore moved to find a solution, and they are pushing to sign Mir.
The player’s approval has arrived, and he is ready to leave as soon as the two clubs agree the final details. They are working on the basis of a loan with option to buy, with the operation costing around €15m in total.
The Rossoneri are doing everything to get the player to leave as soon as possible in the direction of Milan. Compared to the one for Daka, the operation that would bring Rafa Mir to San Siro is easier given that he is an EU player.
Mir came through the youth academies of Barcelona and Valencia and he has played for Wolverhampton, Huesca, Nottingham Forest and Sevilla.
Since 2021, the Spaniard has amassed 61 appearances and scored 17 goals for Sevilla.