AC Milan have three main targets to reinforce the attack and there are a couple of back-up options at present, a report claims.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews), there are three names that stand out above all as targets for Milan at the moment as they look to bolster the attack: Marco Asensio, Julian Draxler and Charles De Ketelaere.
All three would significantly increase the quality of the forward line, but they come at different costs and the most expensive is undoubtedly the Real Madrid man, who earns €5m net per season and would like to continue at that amount. The Growth Decree tax relief scheme could help the Rossoneri.
The tax benefits would obviously also come into play in any transactions for Draxler of PSG and De Ketelaere of Club Brugge, but both have lower demands than Asensio. The German is a more experienced profile, while the Belgian is one of the most interesting talents in all of European football.
The back-up options currently are Chelsea’s Hakim Ziyech and the free transfer of Paulo Dybala, though at the moment they are not considered priority targets.