Stefano Pioli is expecting AC Milan to bring in one last signing for the attack this summer, a report claims. Several strikers have been linked with the Rossoneri lately and this appears to be the final task for the management.
Lorenzo Colombo is currently the third-choice striker behind Olivier Giroud and Noah Okafor. The youngster wants a loan move and an agreement has already been found with Monza, but Milan need to find a replacement in order to sanction the move.
According to Peppe Di Stefano of Sky Italia, as cited by Francesco Nasato, Pioli expects ‘one last signing in attack’ amid Colombo’s loan move. Furthermore, this would allow the manager to play Okafor more on the left, which is his comfort zone.
Okafor has been used mainly as a striker lately, even in training, but it’s clear that he hasn’t played much as a lone striker in his career. The now famous goal he scored against Milan came from the left, for example.