AC Milan will enter the transfer market again for a new striker this summer if Lorenzo Colombo leaves the club on loan in the coming weeks, a report claims.
As has been reported by Daniele Longo on Twitter, the Rossoneri do not want to be left light in the striker department again next season with Olivier Giroud having too much asked of him.
Noah Okafor has of course joined the club as another attacker, and Colombo can provide further depth as things stand.
There is interest in him from various teams in Serie A for a loan move, though, and he would supposedly be open to another loan as long as he gets regular starts at the new club.
That is why the interest from Atalanta amounted to nothing as they already have Duvan Zapata, Luis Muriel and El Bilal-Toure.
As to the calibre of striker, it is not clear who Milan would pursue in this instance.