AC Milan are thinking of two more signings before the window closes to take the number of summer additions to 11 and plug two gaps, a report claims.
Claudio Raimondi spoke on Sportmediaset (via MilanNews) about Milan’s end to the summer mercato and what they might do business-wise to try and complete the squad available to Stefano Pioli.
He claims that the tenth signing is ‘in the Rossoneri’s sights’ and it is Luka Jovic of Fiorentina. The striker has been excluded from their UEFA squad list because he is no longer part of their plans.
He would cost around €2.5m as a transfer fee and Milan have great relations with his agent Fali Ramadani having already sealed the signings of Luka Romero and Christian Pulisic, plus the sale of Ante Rebic.
Another opportunity is Matteo Ruggeri from Atalanta as a deputy to Theo Hernandez. The Bergamo club value him at €12m and Stefano Pioli called to gather information. A paid loan with €8m obligation to buy is possible.