CorSera: Milan not expected to pursue a new striker and will wait for injured players

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are not expected to make a move for a new striker during the January window despite the injury problems, according to a report.

Correire della Sera (via MilanNews) writes that the only centre-forward available to Stefano Pioli at present is Olivier Giroud, who is being forced to work overtime since Stefano Pioli doesn’t have any alternatives in that area of ​​the pitch.

That has led to speculation that Milan could look for a back-up striker this month, but the intention of Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara is to wait for Divock Origi, Ante Rebic and Zlatan Ibrahimovic to return from their respective injuries.

Given that Giroud is 36 years of age and Ibrahimovic is now in his 40s, the time will come to make an investment on a new striker for the future, perhaps in the upcoming summer transfer window when there will be less pressure on the market.

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