AC Milan are working on reinforcing the attacking department as well as the midfield and contracts are ongoing over a deal for Arnaut Danjuma.
According to MilanNews, the aim of Giorgio Furlani and Geoffrey Moncada is to sign Danjuma on a paid loan with an option to buy that is not a high price. He is seen as a wild card of sorts because he can play as a left winger, striker and even on the right if needed.
This is exactly what Stefano Pioli is asking to strengthen his squad, players who can play in multiple positions, as seen with the likes of Divock Origi and Ante Rebic who have both played as centre-forward and as winger on the left.
After spells with NEC, Club Brugge and Bournemouth he went to Villarreal where he amassed 33 appearances and scored 12 goals in an impressive 2021-22 season. A move to Tottenham followed but he only made one start and scored once.
Moncada is known for trying to identify value that others might not see, and he believes Danjuma could be an astute pick-up.