The most attention regarding AC Milan’s summer signings will be directed towards the attacking department and who will arrive to bolster the current options.
The online edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport are reporting that the centre-forward issue will depend a lot on whether Zlatan Ibrahimovic extends his contract. If he renews it will be at significantly lower figures from a salary point of view, but if he leaves then the scenario changes.
Ajax striker Sebastien Haller is a player that ‘intrigues’ the management, but first of all the situation of Divock Origi should be clarified. Of all the names that have been linked with Milan, it is the Belgian who is closest to totally agreeing a contract with the Rossoneri.
His arrival would be a sort of legacy of Elliott Management, as it was under their stewardship that negotiations started in recent months, though there is the question of whether the new owners will approve.
On the other hand, the road that leads to Domenico Berardi – the Italian winger that the Rossoneri management like the most – is still to be deciphered. The €30m that Sassuolo are asking for is considered excessive even in view of the transfer of ownership to Investcorp.