AC Milan are one of many teams that would like to sign Dutch forward Cody Gakpo but the expensive price tag could put the Rossoneri off, a report claims.
As has been reported by Corriere dello Sport (via Sport Witness), the Rossoneri would love to add the PSV Eindhoven player to their ranks, but it may not be on the cards.
After a very impressive World Cup in Qatar with the Netherlands, it seems likely that Gakpo’s price has now risen to around €75 million, which would almost certainly price Milan out of the equation compared to other interested clubs.
One of the teams that are working hard to sign Gakpo is Newcastle United, who will be able to meet almost any price tag since being brought by the Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund.
Manchester United are also in need of a striker and they are financially stronger than Milan. It is likely that a sale of Rafael Leao would need to take place for Milan to raise the money.