AC Milan have reportedly identified three possible replacements for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, whose future appears to be moving further away from the club.
Widespread reports have suggested that Milan could be in for another mini revolution during the upcoming offseason, with the potential for changes at head coach and director level, changes which Ibrahimovic may not withstand.
It is therefore now probable that we are heading for a situation which sees the Swede end his second spell at the club after just a few months, meaning Milan must find a new striker to build around.
According to Tuesday’s edition of Tuttosport (via Calciomercato.com), Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik is on the list of targets to become Milan’s new centre-forward. He appears likely to leave Naples based on recent rumours but a number of outlets have claimed he has a €40m price tag, despite his deal expiring in 2021.
Loren Moron is also apparently an option. The Real Betis striker has netted nine LaLiga goals this season and has amassed two assists as well in 26 appearances. He is beginning to be linked with a number of top clubs given his impressive campaign, like Spurs (as has Milik), and apparently has a €60m release clause.
The final name mentioned in the report is ‘Briasco’ who we assume to be Huracan forward Norberto Briasco, who predominantly plays as a left winger and has three goals plus one assist in 18 league games for the Argentine side.