Journalist Paolo Bargiggia believes that AC Milan could well make an attempt to sign Gianluca Scamacca from West Ham United this summer.
It seems as though Olivier Giroud will have a guaranteed place in the Milan attack next season given that he continues to be the starting striker this season, but he will turn 37 this year and has not yet renewed his deal.
Meanwhile, there are still doubts about what the future of Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be, whose contract will expire on June 30th. It cannot be excluded that the Swede will decide to retire from football at the end of the current season, so another striker at least will be needed.
Bargiggia spoke about various topics in an interview with AreaNapoli including the transfer window that awaits for Milan in the summer and their attempts to refresh the centre-forward department.
“Milan must aim to buy one or two strikers for next season. I would advise the Rossoneri to sign Scamacca. An Italian footballer, with a desire for revenge. I would try to get him on a year’s loan from West Ham,” he said.
“Besides, of course, the foreign names that read like Okafor and Balogun, with the latter that I believe can go to Leipzig.”