In the summer, CEO Ivan Gazidis will be looking to lower the average age of AC Milan’s squad, adopting an RB Leipzig-style model for next season. By the looks of it, the defence is a priority for the Rossoneri.
Today’s edition of Tuttosport (via MilanNews.it) takes stock of Milan’s transfer strategies for the summer, focusing on the defensive. There are many names on their wish list, but three players in particular have been highlighted.
For quite some time now, the Rossoneri have been following the situation of Kristoffer Ajer, who currently plays for Celtic. The 21-year-old’s contract will expire in 2021 and there has been talk of a possible summer transfer as of late.
In addition to the Norweigan, Milan are also keeping tabs on the likes of Evan N’Dicka of Eintracht Frankfurt and Boubacar Kamara of Marseille. The two are slightly younger than Ajer, which goes to show that Gazidis is looking for youngsters.