Two more profiles have emerged in AC Milan’s pursuit of potential replacements for Sandro Tonali, according to a report.
According to Goal Italia, Milan have Florentino Luis of Benfica and Ibrahim Sangaré of PSV Eindhoven on the list of midfield targets who could come in and fill the void left by Tonali’s €75-80m move to Newcastle.
The midfield needed to be reshuffled anyway given Ismael Bennacer will be out until potentially 2024 after knee surgery, but the urgency has grown with Tonali’s imminent move, and Davide Frattesi is not the only target.
Florentino Luis has managed establish himself at Benfica at the age of 23 under the guidance of head coach Roger Schmidt, who was the coach that had a big hand in Sangaré’s development at PSV too.
The Ivorian midfielder is preparing to say goodbye to the Eredivisie to take the next step in his career. Geoffrey Moncada has also followed him since his time Toulouse, and Tonali’s sale could disrupt a potential switch to the Premier League.