AC Milan’s pursuit of a new centre-forward continues and a new idea has emerged in Moise Kean of Juventus, according to a report.
Sky confirm that the management want to give Stefano Pioli a new striker and this is one of Milan’s objectives between now and the end of the transfer window so that there is a reliable deputy to Olivier Giroud available.
The latest idea leads to Kean from Juventus. In this sense, the Rossoneri are thinking of presenting an offer of a paid loan worth €5m plus an option to buy that can become an obligation upon the occurrence of certain conditions.
However, it is difficult to imagine that Juventus would accept such an offer because they want to sell Kean permanently if he is to leave, so they can then invest in other profiles.
Despite this, Milan could insist because the arrival of a new centre-forward would allow them to loan Lorenzo Colombo out, who would thus have the opportunity to get consistent playing time elsewhere.