With January around the corner, AC Milan are monitoring the market with great interest not just for immediate reinforcement, but also for the upcoming summer. By the looks of it, they have set their sights on a young striker.
As pictured below (via Anto Vitiello), Paolo Maldini recently had a meeting with the agent of Nantes striker Randal Kolo Muani. The 23-year-old’s contract will expire in the summer and he will thus be available for free.
Nelle scorse ore incontro a #CasaMilan con l'agenzia Mdc Advisors, che gestisce tra gli altri l'attaccante del Nantes, Kolo Muani, in scadenza nel 2022 pic.twitter.com/ExmF5Dg5ri
— Antonio Vitiello (@AntoVitiello) December 17, 2021
He has scored six goals and assisted an additional three in 17 appearances this season. It could be a good signing for Milan, especially considering the current average age up front.
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Go sign an Italian for once… oh yeah that’s not our MO, we hate them now
We should sign whos the best not who is Italian
If a non-Italian is worth half of the tax savings, All things being equal, it is a no brainer to sign the non-Italian.
We signed Tonali, Pietro Pellegri, Florenzi. So it’s not like we won’t buy any Italians or hating them.
If a good Italian with right profile deemed as possible by management, they will buy him. But if we can get foreign players with half the price and same attribute, why not?