There will be many changes at AC Milan this summer, not just within the management. Ralf Rangnick, who is in pole position to lead the youth revolution, will have a €100m transfer budget to work with.
According to Tuttosport (via MilanNews.it), it won’t be a window of many big signings, rather focusing on profiles for the future. On this front, two ideas have emerged for the attack: Myron Boadu from Az Alkmaar and Jeremie Boga from Sassuolo.
The Rossoneri’s CEO, Ivan Gazidis, is carefully evaluating the two players ahead of the summer window. The first, just 19-years-old, scored 14 goals in 23 league appearances this season as well as 6 goals in 13 games in the Europa League.
Then there is Boga, a talent already known in Serie A. In his case, after playing at a high level for the last two seasons in Italy, he would certainly be ready for a Rossoneri adventure.
Per the newspaper, there have even been contacts between Milan and Sassuolo over the potential transfer. However, for both of the players, the competition will be fierce.