Repubblica: Milan plan to open talks over €35m-rated Eintracht Frankfurt star

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan have not given up on the idea of signing Randal Kolo Muani and may try their hand again, according to a report.

According to a report from La Repubblica, Milan were watching the World Cup in Qatar closely and it showcased some interesting players that could be very useful for the cause, with Kolo Muani among them.

The Rossoneri management are looking for a striker who can lend a hand to Olivier Giroud after Divock Origi’s latest injury and the desire to not rush Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s return to the field. The ‘new’ is indeed Kolo Muani of Eintracht Frankfurt.

The striker scored a goal in the semi-final to seal France’s progress to the final, also adding an assist against Argentina in the final and almost scoring the winning goal but seeing his shot miraculously saved by Emiliano Martinez.

Milan tried to sign him on a free transfer when he was with FC Nantes but Frankfurt won the race, now the 24-year-old is valued at €35m given he has 14 goal contributions in 14 Bundesliga games this season.

The German club have no intention of selling and will postpone any discussion until the end of the current season, but Milan want to start talks.

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  1. LOL. Maldini wasn’t able to convince Kolo Muani to sign with Milan when he was a free agent but we should believe he can sign him now when his price tag is 35 mil.
    Another great talent discovered by Moncada that Maldini couldn’t close the deal and sign. Seems like a trend at this point

    1. He wanted starting striker role.
      At that point of the pursuit we had plenty of established options for it and we could not simply guarantee that he would start. That would be unreasonable based on his performance at League 1 as well.

      Even now, I am not convinced that he can shine in the Serie A. It is easier to shine in Bundesliga as a forward as their play is more dynamic and open.

      1. Plenty of established options.?
        He signed for Frankfurt this past summer on a free transfer. The only established option Milan had at the time was Oliver Giroud, age 36. Zlatan, age 41, was set to miss most of this season.
        Maldini instead signed Origi.

  2. I like players like this who they are worth starting games… Look at how Adli is turning out. Pioli is a very stubborn coach who doesn’t believe in rotation or trying new ideas even if his life depends on it. I won’t be surprised if other young stars refuse coming to Milan.

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