AC Milan could try and make a move for RB Leipzig forward Benjamin Sesko if Divock Origi and Lorenzo Colombo both depart, a report claims.
As has been reported by Sport Mediaset, the Rossoneri are now in the frame for a striker that was heavily linked with Manchester United before he made his move to Leipzig from RB Salzburg.
A defender and a striker are still on the list of targets for Milan this summer despite already signing eight players, but there will need to be outgoings first.
It seems that if Milan can get a fee for both Origi and Colombo, then there will be a striker of a high level arriving to complement Olivier Giroud and Noah Okafor.
Mehdi Taremi continues to be linked, but Benjamin Sesko is the newest name to join the conversation. A deal may well be in the region of €30m, but a bigger fee cannot be ruled out.