AC Milan are working on the possible sales of four players, according to Sky Italia journalist Luca Marchetti.
The Rossoneri are reportedly looking to sign a goalscorer between now and the end of the window due to doubts over the current forward options.
However, at the moment they are both unwilling and seemingly unable to raise their €40m plus bonuses bid for Atletico Madrid’s Angel Correa – the main target.
As a result, some sales will seemingly have to be made, and Marchetti (via Calciomercato.com) has offered an update on Milan’s outgoing market.
He told Sky: “Milan have to be patient as they first have to sell before they can then buy.
“Correa is an option but they first have to try and sell Andre Silva. The Rossoneri are also working on the sales of Laxalt and Strinic as Milan want to sell them in a permanent way.
“Finally there is Castillejo as Celta made Milan an offer for him.
“Donnarumma? PSG is an option if they sell Neymar but the rossoneri seem set to keep him.”
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