AC Milan are evaluating two potential free transfers that could arrive from the Premier League in a bid to strengthen their attack, a report claims.
Speaking on on Sky (via MilanNews), Manuele Baiocchini talked about the possible manoeuvres that the Rossoneri management could make to ensure that the attack is upgraded ahead of what will be a vital 2022-23 season, especially if the current campaign does not result in a trophy.
According to the correspondent, the Rossoneri are evaluating some profiles that would be available on a free and two of them currently play in England. Divock Origi of Liverpool and Alexandre Lacazette of Arsenal are the duo in question, and they are concrete targets, with the former seemingly preferred at the moment.
Origi (26) has 40 goals and 17 assists in 171 appearances for Liverpool having played a bit-part role pretty much throughout his time there, while Lacazette (30) has 71 goals and 36 assists in 198 games for the Gunners.