AC Milan are still on the lookout for a striker despite having three under contract at the moment with two players in the viewfinder, a report claims.
Calciomercato.com writes that the management are concerned about each of the three strikers they have at the moment. Pietro Pellegri needs time to adapt and has had his injury issues, plus he is only on loan, while Olivier Giroud and Zlatan Ibrahimovic are top centre-forwards but they are struggling with physical problems too.
That is why the search for another No.9 has not stopped as directors Ricky Massara and Paolo Maldini are looking for those famous market opportunities. Particular attention is also paid to players on expiring contracts like Andrea Belotti of Torino, who seems to be linked once a week.
In the last few weeks, Alexandre Lacazette has been offered to Milan and he is a profile of experience and quality that could be the right man for Milan, but he gets a €9m net per season salary from Arsenal while the management foresees a maximum ceiling of around €5m.
Belotti is a good option he is 27 years old have plenty of serie A expirience dont have huge wages for our wage ceiling said severeal times to be a boyhood fan of AC Milan if he cames hes gonna take Ibras place because i believe that Ibra is going to retire at the end of the season and so we can get one younger striker to grow along Belotti and Giroud!
Same names i believe would fit our team those being Gianluca Scamacca 22 years old owner Sassuolo price tag between 20 to 30 million euros!Roberto Piccoli 20 years old owner Atalanta price tag between 15 to 25 million euros!Dusan Vlahovic 21 years old owner Fiorentina price tag between 45 to 60 million euros (hard to believe that Fiorentina sells him to any italian team)!Darwin Nunez 22 years old owner Benfica price tag between 25 to 40 million euros (if he keeps having a good season Benfica are most likely to ask for 50+ million euros)
Icardi is 28, but miles ahead in class, he’s an elite no. 9 in every ramification, if we can get him, we will win the Scudetto.