The management team of Giorgio Furlani and Geoffrey Moncada are working with Stefano Pioli to try and build a squad capable of improving on the 2022-23 season.
According to Tuttosport (via MilanNews), two profiles that Milan are focusing on are Evan N’Dicka and Marcus Thuram, a centre-back and striker set to leave Eintracht Frankfurt and Borussia Mönchengladbach on a free transfer respectively.
The Rossoneri face a battle with Roma for N’Dicka but the interest for Milan has slowed down the Giallorossi’s pursuit and at the same time it has tempted the player, given the prospect of playing in the Champions League.
As far as Thuram is concerned, he has an emotional bond with Italy and Milan. A few years ago he revealed to the press that when his father played in Serie A he was a fan of the Rossoneri.
The competition in this case are PSG, but Moncada will pitch the incentives of having a guaranteed key role and working with his compatriot Olivier Giroud.
Then there are targets for other roles, such Ruben Loftus-Cheek over whom contacts could be resumed in the next few days. His agent was supposed to be at Casa Milan on Monday but Maldini and Massara were dismissed on that day.
Regarding Daichi Kamada we are in a stand-by situation. The player’s entourage had a verbal agreement for a five-year contract but there have not yet been talks with the new management.
For the right wing, the new names are those of Christian Pulisic and Samuel Chukwueze from Chelsea and Villarreal respectively. The new leadership also intend to test the waters for Tommaso Baldanzi of Empoli as well.