AC Milan plan to begin drawing up their strategy for the attack heading into next season during the month of March, according to a report.
Calciomercato.it reports how everything revolves around Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Even though the Swede turned 40 in October, he seems to have no intention of retiring just yet and in the 14 matches he has played in Serie A he has 8 goals, showing he can continue to play an important role.
In March there will be talks about his future and a potential extension for another season, and from there it will be understood how Milan’s centre-forward department should be constructed heading into the 2022-23 season, with one certainty being the presence of Olivier Giroud who is under contract until 2023.
Pietro Pellegri is unlikely to be at the club as he is set to be sent on loan for 18 months to Torino, so in the summer the hunt should begin for a young and reliable striker. Gianluca Scamacca is an idea but Inter and especially Juventus are ahead, so there should be an eye on potential surprises.