MN: Milan eye Tonali and Scamacca for summer revolution – the details

By Isak Möller -

Although the full transfer strategy of AC Milan is yet to be revealed, a few names are beginning to emerge. It’s clear that the Rossoneri will focus on young talents who can grow in the club and raise the level of the team.

With this in mind, as Anto Vitiello of MilanNews.it reports, Milan remain interested in Brescia’s Sandro Tonali. The midfielder has never hidden his love for the red and black team and this could represent a big advantage for Ivan Gazidis and co.

Half of Serie A and major European clubs have had their eyes on Tonali for quite some time, so it won’t be easy for Milan to sign him. In addition to the fierce competition, Brescia will also ask for a very high transfer fee.

Milan, however, are in the race and are willing to make an attempt in the summer. The other youngster that they are following, per the report, is Gianluca Scamacca. The 21-year-old, owned by Sassuolo, has impressed during his loan spell at Ascoli.

After trying to sign him in January, the Rossoneri could make another attempt in the summer, offering to bring him in on a permanent basis or a loan with an obligation to buy. Napoli and Benfica are also keeping tabs on the striker.

It will take more than €10m for Milan to snatch him, but just like with Tonali, the player prefers the Rossoneri and this could be a great advantage.

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