GdS: €40m striker rejects Dortmund for Italy stay – Milan and Inter the interested sides

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are hanging on in the race to sign Gianluca Scamacca as they look for the centre-forward of the future to take the baton from Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

With Juventus effectively excluding themselves from the race by sealing the signing of Dusan Vlahovic, Scamacca’s possible destinations in the summer appear to now be narrowed down quite a bit, especially given that Sassuolo are expected to demand a big sum for their latest jewel.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport (via, the striker has rejected the offer of Borussia Dortmund to stay in Italy. Inter are the team most serious about landing the 23-year-old and they are ready to offer him a salary of €2.5m net per season to convince him.

However, Milan – although potentially discouraged by the €40m asking price that the Neroverdi have set – should not yet be excluded from the race and could accelerate at any moment.

Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara know that a young striker will be needed in the summer, so they are evaluating all the different options and Scamacca – who has 9 league goals this season – could very well be the one they go for.

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    1. Because having money doesn’t mean that a team would have all the players that they want to. Inter has been more successful recently than Milan. So more players would be tempted to join Inter instead of Milan. Look at Newcastle, they have the money to buy any player that they want to, but nobody wants to go there. Or look at Barcelona as another example. They aren’t doing well. So some players don’t want to go there yet. Milan is only getting back on track!!! They need to do better season to attract big names. Now the team, at least can see itself in the four first teams of the Serie A

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