Journalist Carlo Pellegatti has suggested that AC Milan will look to strengthen the attack in two positions next summer and he named two ‘dream’ targets.
Pellegatti published his thoughts in an editorial on MilanNews during which he admitted that it is difficult to hypothesise the strategies of Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara because they can change fluidly based on various different situations.
However, a new striker will be needed at some point given the age of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Olivier Giroud plus the fact that Divock Origi has so far suffered with injury problems having arrived from Liverpool.
Pellegatti believes that Armando Broja of Chelsea could be a target for Milan after two good seasons out on loan with Vitesse Arnhem and then in the Premier League at Southampton. He would cost €25-40m, and the good relations between the American ownerships – Todd Boehly and RedBird – could help.
Then, the journalist writes how his ‘real dream’ is Luis Sinisterra, a player who can occupy both the left and right wing meaning he would be an alternative to Junior Messias and/or Alexis Saelemaekers but could also fill a gap if Rafael Leao were sold.
He is described as having ‘elegant movements’, ‘spectacular dribbling’ and ‘an overpowering shot’ and could apparently be sold for €35-40m by Leeds United.