There is an old adage in football and in life: “Don’t fix what isn’t broken”. However, the AC Milan management seem to be in the mood for fine tuning.
According to MilanNews, directors Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara are thinking of reinforcing the team with two or three targeted additions, and not just a central defender.
There have been mixed reports over the past few weeks regarding whether Milan will push for the purchase of a new striker who would become the deputy to Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and the idea continues to circulate.
The report adds that commitments are frequent and having a valid alternative to let Ibrahimovic rest in less important matches would be a smart move.
Ante Rebic struggles as a striker which is why the idea of signing a natural striker in January begins to take hold among the management. Of course there will be no crazy expenses, but possible opportunities could be seized.