AC Milan are chasing a move for Racing star Matias Zaracho to follow up the signing of Angel Correa, according to a report.

Paolo Maldini, Ricky Massara and the rest of the Rossoneri leadership are hard at work overhauling the squad ahead of Marco Giampaolo’s first season in charge.

We reported earlier on Sunday that Milan have agreed terms with Atletico Madrid’s Correa on a five-year deal, with Andre Silva being sold to Monaco in order to finance the deal.

Now, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport‘s Nicolo Schira, attentions have turned to agreeing a fee with Atleti. The LaLiga giants had set an initial asking price of €50million, but Maldini wants to pay €35m. 

In addition, Schira claims that the club are ready to push for another young star to help compliment Correa’s arrival in Matias Zaracho.

The 21-year-old is being viewed as an option for the trequartista position meaning he would not compete with Correa, who is cast as a second striker.

4 COMMENTS

  1. Not good, if this transfer goes through. Cutrone should stay along with Piatek, Silva has been over rated, while Correa seems the same, why not sale Silva and brjng Depay, he can be disciplined if he playes with a club like Milan, and leaders like Maldini. No Correa we don’t want another over rated signing with no big performance.

  2. I agree, cutrone has already shown he can play with piatek and has shown he can score in big games. We just need to actually give him playing time. And 2 forwards will allow him that chance. I hope they play cutrone and piatek in this tournament to show what they can do together.

  3. Cutrone alongside Piatek won’t fit into Giampaolo’s system since they both share the same traits. The second striker has to be someone who is comfortable on the ball and can create chances for Piatek. Depay is the best option there. Otherwise, I agree with you that Correa is a bad move. On another note, I think we can use Hernandez further front since he can score goals and is fast paces can create opportunities.

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