Repubblica: Milan’s mission to reinforce the attack – Juventus star Dybala a suggestion

By Oliver Fisher -

Now AC Milan have secured their return to the Champions League, the management are already thinking about how to reinforce the squad.

As this morning’s edition of La Repubblica (via MilanNews) writes, the time will soon come to think about the summer transfer market to reinforce the squad available to Stefano Pioli, and the paper names two players in particular as potential targets.

The first is a player that has been heavily linked over the past few weeks in Josip Ilicic of Atalanta, who was an unused substitute during last night’s 2-0 defeat for La Dea which sealed Milan’s return to the Champions League after seven years.

The second name is quite an interesting one in Paulo Dybala of Juventus. La Joya was of course close to joining Milan while he was at Palermo but Juve swooped, though he has struggled for playing time this season having fallen behind Cristiano Ronaldo and Alvaro Morata in the pecking order it seems.


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5 Comments

  1. Anthony Borg says:

    To let Dybala leave is a suicide!

  2. qwerty says:

    Dybela will certainly bring a missing spark to our attack. It is a crime to let him rot on the bench during his prime years.

  3. Joe Helmy says:

    Having Dybala in the right side will boost Milan attach significantly. Milan need a players like him or a player like Chiesa.

  4. MANTAP LAH KLO BISA KE MILAN says:

    Good idea!

  5. SamsonNite says:

    Dybala is a dream. I don’t believe that he is living Juve.

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