AC Milan will meet with the Sassuolo management to discuss two of their prized young forwards, according to a report.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews) the Rossoneri management will meet their Sassuolo counterparts after Easter and they have set their sights on 23-year-old striker Gianluca Scamacca and 22-year-old winger Hamed Traoré.
The paper adds that the interest in Domenico Berardi has cooled a bit due to Sassuolo’s €30m request, deemed too high by Paolo Maldini and co., but they are interested in signing Scamacca as the long-term successor to Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
The Rossoneri are also willing to include some interesting young players as a counterparts such as Lorenzo Colombo (currently on loan to SPAL), Marco Brescianini (on loan at Monza), Marco Nasti from the Primavera and also Daniel Maldini.
These counterparts could be useful to lower the price not only of Scamacca, but also of Traoré, though there is the competition of some Premier League clubs to beat. The meeting scheduled after Easter could be useful to understand Milan’s real chances of signing either or both.