The AC Milan management know that a centre-forward is needed this summer and there are a number of names on their list, a report claims.
Calciomercato.com report that Mateo Retegui is one of them. The 23-year-old Argentine is owned by Boca Juniors but is doing very well on loan at Tigre with 19 goals in 2022 and already six goals in six games in the new season. Before he exploded, Boca were asking for €10m but now it is likely to be €15m.
Then there is Vitor Roque of Athletico Paranaense who was the top scorer of the U20 South American Championship in Colombia where Milan sent scouts to follow some young talents, and the reports on the boy were all positive. However, he is already worth €40m+ while Barcelona, Chelsea and PSG are also keen.
Noah Okafor of Red Bull Salzburg remains on the list too, and the Rossoneri management held talks about a month ago over the Swiss forward. Milan are keen to make an offer in the summer, and have asked to be advised if any clubs from the Premier League show interest.
Finally, there is Gianluca Scamacca who is struggling a bit at West Ham. A couple of years ago the Rossoneri had the possibility of signing him for €25m but then nothing came of it and then the Hammers came along and paid €42m, with 10% of the proceeds from a future resale owed to Sassuolo.
This means an offer close to €45m will be needed for West Ham to part with him and at the moment it seems unlikely that Milan will come forward with such an amount.