AC Milan’s search to bring in a striker to compliment the arrival of Andre Silva continues, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang one of there reported targets.
Up until this point, it seemed like the Rossoneri would be priced out of a potential deal for the Dortmund striker, instead focusing attentions on Fiorentina target man Nikola Kalinic.
However, the last week has yielded encouragement for Marco Fassone and Massimiliano Mirabelli as Aubameyang’s proposed move to Tianjin in China hit speed bumps.
Now, according to a report from Sky on Tuesday, the Gabon international will in fact not go to China. Instead, he would like to return to Italy, and his brother is reportedly pushing for this solution.
The problem may be Aubameyang’s father though, as he wants €12m/year for his son, but Milan hope he lowers his claims in coming weeks.