Marco Storari to Milan and Gabriel to Cagliari is more than just an idea, and a deal could be in the pipeline.
According to Sky Sport, a meeting between both clubs is scheduled for Wednesday as both clubs will discuss a potential swap deal. Storari would arrive at Milan as Gianluigi Donnarumma’s back-up where as Gabriel would get a chance to get more playing time.
Storari hasn’t had a great season as his Cagliari team have conceded 42 goals so far this season in the Serie A and have the worst defensive record of the entire league.
Storari played with Milan for a few seasons in the past which means that this would be a return for the Italian veteran keeper.
Milan have had a positive season so far under coach Vincenzo Montella and are only two points off third place (with a game in hand), with a Supercoppa title captured in Doha last month.
The Rossoneri‘s upcoming January transfer market will be an auto-financing one which means that they will first have to sell before they can then buy someone.