AC Milan are looking for a striker ahead of next season as they have struggled to find the back of the net this term. They have many names on their wish list, including the former concrete target Gianluca Scamacca.
Scamacca, currently at West Ham, has been linked with Milan many times over the years. Even after his loan spell at Ascoli, which was back in 2020, the Rossoneri kept a close eye on him but a move never materialised.
According to Gazzetta Dello Sport, the 24-year-old has struggled with injuries this season and this has heavily affected his season (eight goals). Therefore, West Ham looking for a new striker and are willing to send Scamacca out on loan, as per the newspaper.
Milan have been in talks with West Ham over the matter, albeit very preliminary and informal talks, as they would be more than willing to welcome Scamacca. And the striker himself is open to the move. A loan (perhaps paid) with an option could perhaps be the solution, but the value of the option would have to be defined.
In the meantime, Milan are fighting for Champions League qualification and it’s safe to say that their summer moves will depend on the outcome of that.