AC Milan are willing to listen to offers for left wing duo Rafael Leao or Ante Rebic and could invest in a young striker, according to a report.
Manuele Baiocchini spoke to Sky Italia (via MilanNews) and gave an update on the market, starting with an assessment of the striker situation. He remarked that there aren’t many free transfers around Olivier Giroud and Milan would have to pay a transfer fee for an alternative target, but if the Rossoneri do make an investment, they will do it for a younger player, setting up a negotiation like the one done for Sandro Tonali (loan with option to buy.
He adds that he is not sure that both Rafael Leao and Ante Rebic will both remain at the club and if important offers arrive, Milan will think about it. With an important sale, Milan would have more leeway to move more freely, especially considering that part of the Champions League revenue will be used to redeem Tonali and Tomori.