Journalist claims Milan, Liverpool and Arsenal are interested in Juventus winger

By Oliver Fisher -

A journalist has claimed that AC Milan are one of the sides who are keeping an eye on Federico Chiesa’s situation at Juventus.

Milan and Juventus were by many accounts the two teams who were competing to sign Chiesa from Fiorentina back in 2020, but it was the Bianconeri who won the race as they landed him on a two-year deal for a package worth a potential €60m (via Wikipedia).

Chiesa suffered an ACL injury which prematurely ended his season during the last campaign and though he made his return a few months ago he has struggled to find the same form as before, with three assists in 15 games and no goals to his name in the league.

According to Seby Sarno of OCWSport, there are three clubs interested in Chiesa in view of the summer window. Milan are looking for a top level right winger, but the price tag for the Italian is currently too high.

Meanwhile, Arsenal are also keen and are the only club that have made a real enquiry, while Liverpool are also monitoring his situation.

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  1. Don’t you dare give us hope like that! Leao on the left; Chiesa on the right?

    Just need a young striker and another CDM to pair with Tonali/Bennacer to be able to give rotation and rest and we’d have a great team going into 2023/24.

  2. It is a matter of perspective to say if we can afford him, or if I say, we cannot pass up the opportunity to acquire him. The cost of not having a player like him could keep us out of the CL. Also force us to overplay our decent subs. End up in the same rut as this season.

    I would dare to consider he is able to reach 10 goals and 10 assist on the right, Lazetic, Leao, Giroud, Colombo would find more space as well in the middle and the opposite side. He might be the key to open up space for CDK to have half a second more to let his talent shine as well to unlock his potential. We might already have what we need to relaunch our offensive spark. If he can discover his form, having perpetual threats on both flanks forces other teams defense to open up other areas on the pitch. For smaller teams, Saladmaker can be the extra dressing we need to cover for him. That is why we need a talent like Chiesa, not a bunch of bit part players with potential, or some striker. Strikers depend on service, service depends on time and space, both flanks loaded, we are able to accomplish that and feed who we already have on the books. Id take a player that knows our league over bringing in a potentially good player at this point that would have to take 3 years to adapt. Honestly, Insigne, Immobile could do much more when Chiesa was on point. Apply that to our team, he should be our only target. We keep the ball upfield, the other areas are reinforced. We need an excellent player. That was what we missed. That last final touch that can score and set up plays, he is capable of both. With Rafa as well, this offense could run wild.

    1. I know the questions to beg to answer is if he can discover his form. We cannot afford a player of his potential and track reocrd that is in form. Thus, it is a logical risk we are obligated to take. This move makes to much sense to pass up on. He might be worth double, tripple, what we payed for him if he can pan out. It puts us in contention for a domestic title and in the picture to secure two round in the CL this year, as well as the following one. He can perform on the big stage, he showed it. I think we cannot afford to let him go elsewhere or stay at Juve and rediscover his best form, that works against us. He would be perfect in Red and Black

  3. Chiesa best position are LW, he can play as RW but not his best position as we can see in juve he have 0 goals because alegri forcing him play in RW and RWB . What ACM need are striker , if ACM want to sign juve player better sign Dusan 50-55m euro because he is unhappy in juve and clash with alegri but we must sell one player that have same price like dusan example : Tomori to EPL club ( we can sign ndicka free transfer as tomori replacement)

  4. Not believing this. Would be the ideal complement to Leao which is why I don’t believe this, management wouldn’t be this smart. They are still hoping for the diamond in the rough 19 year old type player they can buy for a can of peanuts and a roll of toilet paper. Well… here’s to hoping.

  5. Orsolini is the safer option. Contract until 2024 at bologna, valued at 10M€, has 9 goals & 3 assists this season. At 26 he is in his prime.

    1. You really think Bologna will sell Orsolini to a big club for 10mil? Esp after he scores 9 goals possibly more. If you score more than 10 goals in Serie A, by default your price is starting at 20mil

      1. Orsolini already tell bologna that he dont want to renew his contract. With his contract left 1 years in next summer, bologna are forcing to sell him cash or losing him free at 2024. 10-15m euro only the best price bologna can get from orsolini

  6. I also like Strefezza for the RW.

    Get both Strefezza and Orsolini and we have a nice RW with Saladmaker as 3rd option

    1. Agreed. I like them both in this scenario where we don’t have 150m to spent. Get one of those two and allocate the bulk of the funds to a good striker. Use any remainder on a decent CM for depth.

      1. Those are both solid options or we can spend on Chiesa who if healthy is top class and then can swap cdk for Hojlund or Scamacca if the rumors are true.

        In my opinion, if we can’t get a top striker (my choice is Vlahovic) and were just taking a chance on someone then I’d rather we get one of those 2 with a possible swap deal and have Giroud and Colombo as backups which would significantly improve our striker department and RW. Then personally I’d just drop the AM altogether and get a quality midfielder to play along with Sandro and Isma. (Aouar, Frattesi, etc. even possible to try baldanzi there as a pseudo CM/AM)

  7. Chiesa can play as a RW but he is best as a LW. And if we keep Leao i don’t see a point in getting him. As for the RW we need a RW who has pace, can dribble/take people in 1on1, and is left footed so he can shoot and score from that position. Zaniolo and Jarrod Bowen look like players who check this boxes, but there is also some cheaper players like Kang-in Lee(dribles like Messi), Dario Osorio(still a raw talent but his pace suits Pioli style) and maybe Baldanzi if he can switch to play as a RW.

  8. Yes Chiesa Federico is a Good signing but we need Diaz and baldazi and Nicolo zaniolo as playmakers bcos of the league’s we participate in so players should not be over used

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