The AC Milan management will soon meet with Sassuolo to discuss two of their star forwards ahead of the summer, according to a report.
Carlo Laudisa of La Gazzetta dello Sport spoke on Carlo Pellegatti’s YouTube channel (via MilanNews) and he revealed that Divock Origi is ‘not Milan’s only target for the attack’ because they are also keen on Gianluca Scamacca of Sassuolo.
There is a meeting scheduled soon between Milan and Sassuolo and Maldini and Massara want to talk about two names, with one being Scamacca who is also attracting the interest of city rivals Inter.
The other name is that of Domenico Berardi, as Milan are looking for a player on the right who can make a difference. The 27-year-old is back in fashion for the Rossoneri who wanted him last summer and offered €15m, while the Neroverdi valued him at €30m.
“Are Milan willing to raise their offer? And Sassuolo are willing to make a discount? But also beware of other Italian and foreign clubs who are following Berardi,” Laudisa added.