GdS: Milan facing strong competition for two attacking transfer targets

By Euan Burns -

AC Milan are facing strong competition to sign either Hakim Ziyech from Chelsea or Marcus Thuram from Borussia Monchengladbach in January, a report claims. 

As has been reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport (via Milan News), the Rossoneri have got two attacking targets to pursue in the January transfer window but neither will be simple or fast negotiation.

The Diavolo have maintained their interest in Chelsea’s Hakim Ziyech for many months but no it seems that competition for his signature and his superb World Cup with Morocco may increase his wage demands to around €7-8 million per season.

Another target is French forward Thuram who is able to play in multiple roles in the attack, but city rivals Inter are firmly in the frame for the Gladbach man, along with Premier League side Manchester United.

Milan must decide whether to pursue either player with a chance of missing out or quickly switch to an alternative target.

Tags AC Milan Borussia Monchengladbach Chelsea Hakim Ziyech Inter Manchester United Marcus Thuram


  1. FFS, the players to look at now are those from countries who DIDN’T qualify for the WC. The ones who played well will have their values inflated massively, and Milan aren’t in that financial league any more. These two are totally unrealistic.

    1. Management never goes for cheap good players, they always go for the ones that are beyond our prize tag and begin a false negotiation to beat the value down. Our whole transfer window is tiring

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