AC Milan are making plans for the future as investments are expected on the market, having refrained from that in January. They have set their sights on a double swoop from Sassuolo, a report claims.
The Rossoneri are currently in first place with berardieight games remaining of the Serie A campaign. They have done really well with the squad they have, in other words, but it’s clear that a few reinforcements could do them well.
According to today’s edition of Gazzetta Dello Sport (via MilanNews), Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara have set their sights on Sassuolo duo Gianluca Scamacca and Domenico Berardi. One striker and one right-winger, in other words.
Milan will have a meeting with Sassuolo soon to discuss the matter, ready to accelerate the negotiations. In fact, they are willing to put €30m and €15m on the table for Scamacca and Berardi respectively. A significant investment which the Neroverdi, however, deem too low.
Inter are also interested in Scamacca, as the paper continues, but Milan are able to invest straight away unlike them. This is something that could tempt Sassuolo and that’s why the Rossoneri are coming in with lower offers.
Maldini also has an agreement with Divock Origi over a free transfer but Scamacca is a profile that teases, just like Berardi.
📰 Today's edition of @Gazzetta_it…
🗣 "Scamacca and the devil. Milan, what a derby. An offer of €30m is ready."
🤔 Would you prefer Scamacca over Origi? pic.twitter.com/Se7uKQ60sw
— SempreMilan (@SempreMilanCom) March 26, 2022