AC Milan’s priority is to sign a new centre-forward this summer and there are a number of names being considered, it is claimed.
In the editorial for Tuttomercatoweb.com, Niccolò Ceccarini spoke about the upcoming window and what might change in the attacking department, starting with the fact that Divock Origi can leave if the right offer comes in with clubs in Turkey keen.
If Zlatan Ibrahimovic does not renew his deal or chooses to retire, it is possible that Milan will sign two strikers. The young options are names like Lois Openda and Folarin Balogun, who are both playing in Ligue 1 currently.
Gianluca Scamcca didn’t have a great season at West Ham and could represent an opportunity, especially if the London club opens up to the formula of a loan with option to buy.
There is also a list of more experienced players too such as Roberto Firmino, who will leave Liverpool at the end of the season. Another profile not to be underestimated is that of Marko Arnautovic.