AC Milan have an eye on the summer transfer window and the signing of Divock Origi would not rule out another striker arriving, a report claims.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara are starting to programme how the squad should look heading into 2022-23 and one of the things they are having to deeply consider is ensuring there are enough home-grown players (who came through Italian academies) for the UEFA squad list.
The talks over Liverpool striker Divock Origi are proceeding quickly and there is a belief that he represents a wise reinforcement of experience but with an evident economic saving, given that the he would arrive on a free transfer.
However, the management have also not given up on Gianluca Scamacca, the Sassuolo centre-forward who is valued at around €40m. The Belgian is preferred for naturally financial reasons, but Milan do not seem to be ruling out a concrete move for the 23-year-old either, given that the attack needs to get younger.