MN: Jonathan David is the ‘bargain of the summer’ – why Milan should act on their interest

By Ben Dixon -

AC Milan have held interest in Jonathan David for several years, but they have never taken the final step in acquiring the Canadian. This summer, though, they have the chance to do so for a ‘bargain’ price, a report has claimed. 

The 2024 summer mercato will be an intriguing market to watch when looking at strikers, given several high-value forwards are linked with transfers. As a result, several dominos could fall. This comes at the worst possible time for Milan, with the Rossoneri looking destined to add to their ranks in the upcoming window.

As the days pass, Olivier Giroud’s future with the Diavolo seems to fade away, and Luka Jovic has not fully assured the senior figures of the club that he will be able to take the reigns, so investment is needed.

Currently, it seems that Milan are all-in for two strikers, Benjamin Sesko and Joshua Zirkzee, but, MilanNews have claimed that they should keep their options open, with another of their interests being available for an incredible price.

The Rossoneri have tracked Jonathan David for several years now, and leading up to the January window reports suggested a move could be made at the first opportunity presented in 2024. However, the club opted to wait until the summer to make their move for a striker.

David, whose contract expires in 2025, will be available for €30 million or less, which presents the club with an incredible opportunity. Not only would they be getting a proven goalscorer, but the Canadian is fluid in his position, given he is comfortable playing across the front three.

He was tasked with replacing Victor Osimhen at Lille when the Nigerian striker left for Napoli, and he has done so with great success, proving consistently to be an excellent frontman for club and country. Therefore, in the current market, his current price tag presents an opportunity that Milan, perhaps, have to act on after years of interest.

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  1. What tf is the hesitations to signing jovic longer? He’s literally free, and has proven he can be an effective player off the bench in crunch time. Keep him around for free and buy another striker. Simple

  2. I believe that most of us fans, when evaluating potential reinforcements, only look at dry statistics from the Internet without ever watching a single match of the players in question. And based on that, we make serious conclusions that we firmly stick to. There are many examples where proven players when transferred to another club or league do not fully justify the invested money and trust. I want to say that scouting and identifying the right striker is only 50% of the job, the rest requires other conditions, including luck! It’s like when you open a box of chocolates and you don’t know what kind of chocolate you’ll get!😂

  3. He won’t be available for 30m or less if two clubs are prepared to pay more than that for him. And I suspect two English ones will.

    1. Possibly, but I doubt any of the top clubs in England bar Chelsea will buy him. If he really choose to join mid table clubs in England than us just for a bit more money, then good for him, we can choose other options.

  4. I told everyone in this site that Milan needs to sign Jonathan David and I proved myself right he has 20+ goals this season and last year and his contract run out the next year so Milan should absolutely act and buy him ASAP and keep Jovic because his free and giroud is leaving so Milan would jump asap in giroud past era right away and give camarda a contract and keep colombo and try to put him as winger or a attacking midfielder too

    1. We got nothing to do in buying players as we’re not part of management. We can only suggest which one is better players and expecting they read this article and buy players from their own shi*. But look now they have their own counsellor to pick which player suited best for this team’s condition rn.

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