AC Milan have identified two potential reinforcements for their attacking department ahead of next season, according to a report.
As per Tuttosport on Monday (via MilanLive), Milan do not want to be caught unprepared in the case that Zlatan Ibrahimovic does not renew, in which case the Rossoneri would badly need a new No.9.
One name on the list is Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic, who was bought by the LaLiga giants for €60million from Eintracht Frankfurt last summer.
The 22-year-old though has not hit the heights expected of him and has struggled this season, and Zinedine Zidane limited himself to using him as Karim Benzema’s deputy, for a total of just eights out of 24 appearances as a starter and with a 770 minutes of action.
However, top of the list is AZ Alkmaar star Myron Boadu. After scoring 20 goals and adding 13 assists in 39 games for the Eredivisie side, the paper claims that the Rossoneri are ready to try and bring him to Italy in a move that may cost €25m, a figure the club are willing to pay.
An alternative remains Gianluca Scamacca of Sassuolo, currently on loan at Ascoli, while the chances of Arkadiusz Milik arriving from Napoli are falling.