AC Milan have put forward official offers to two players in a bid to reinforce their attacking department, according to a report.
Tuttosport (via MilanLive) writes how after fixing the defence with the signings of Mike Maignan and Fikayo Tomori, the Milan management are now focusing on giving Stefano Pioli some new attacking weapons and the directors are already at work, having set up a couple of negotiations to reinforce the offensive phase.
The Rossoneri have formulated official proposals for two players: Olivier Giroud and Amine Adli. The former would be the ideal alternative to Ibrahimovic in the role of centre-forward, while the latter would be a No.10 or a right winger given his flexibility.
There is optimism regarding the Giroud deal as the 34-year-old is tempted by the idea of a new experience in Italy with Milan. Aa two-year contract of €4m net per season has been put forward and there is a pact between Giroud and Chelsea which will see the English club will let him leave for free if he wants to go abroad.
Milan have offered €5m plus €2m bonuses for Adli meanwhile and a response from Toulouse is expected soon. Milan scouts believe the 21-year-old is a real prospect for the future, and his versatility makes him ideal.