It’s no secret that AC Milan are looking to reinforce their squad in January, having started the season very poorly. One of the departments that need improving is the attack, as they have struggled with the goalscoring.
In recent days, the Rossoneri have been heavily linked with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who seemingly could make a return to the club. Even though there have been no new contacts, per Sky Italia (via MilanNews.it), Milan remain hopeful.
In any case, they are in desperate need of an experienced striker that can guarantee goals. Speaking live on Sky Italia this evening (via MilanNews.it), Peppe Di Stefano provided an update on the situation, stating that a striker will surely arrive.
“Ibra or not, in my eyes, Milan will sign a striker in January. It will be an experienced one, a real player, a strong player.
“I believe that Piatek is likely to leave in January. The next four games could be decisive to understand who will stay at Milan and who will leave,” he stated.
There is still a long way to go until the January window kicks off, but it seems the Rossoneri won’t be caught unprepared this time out. Then again, it remains to be seen who will arrive.