AC Milan are carefully evaluating their moves for the upcoming transfer window and the centre-forward role appears to be high up on their agenda. In fact, they are interested in Armando Broja, a report claims.
The Chelsea-owned striker is currently on loan at Southampton and in 38 appearances this season, he has bagged nine goals. At the age of 20, it’s not exactly a surprise that big teams are following him and Milan are one of them.
This was reported by Goal.com this morning, also stating that the likes of Inter, Napoli, Newcastle and West Ham are interested. Chelsea must decide whether to sell the youngster for a profit this summer or keep him, with a price tag of around €30m set.
Olivier Giroud and Zlatan Ibrahimovic aren’t exactly getting any younger and the latter could even retire this summer. Milan, therefore, might need to bring in a striker in addition to Divock Origi, who is just a medical away.