AC Milan still consider Real Madrid’s Luka Jovic to be their number one strike target for the summer, a report claims, but a deal will not be easy.
It was reported by SportMediaset earlier on Thursday that the Rossoneri have been offered the chance to sign AZ Alkmaar forward Myron Boadu by agent Mino Raiola, with his valuation no more than €18m and chief scout Geoffrey Moncada keen to do the deal.
Nonetheless, a report from MilanLive notes how Luka Jovic is still the favoured choice to reinforce Milan’s attack. The club are waiting to understand what will happen with the Zlatan Ibrahimovic situation, but that the club are as a result closely monitoring Jovic.
Los Blancos appear willing to sell as Jovic does not seem to have demonstrated the same qualities seen during his time at Eintracht Frankfurt, while Milan considers him the number one target for the role of centre-forward next.
The idea is not simple though: Real would like to sell him outright, for a figure of around €35-40million, while the Rossoneri are shooting for a loan with option to buy.
Jovic is also a profile appreciated by Ralf Rangnick, the report concludes.