AC Milan may be forced to put their midfield revolution on hold until the summer due to a number of complications, a report claims.
After hopefully resolving goalscoring problems by signing Zlatan Ibrahimovic and with Jean-Clair Todibo seemingly on his way in, attention has turned to the middle of the park.
According to Tuttosport however – as cited by MilanNews.it – it will not be easy for Paolo Maldini and Zvonomir Boban to carry out the plans they have in mind to revamp the midfield.
This is because the names circulated in the last few weeks are not convincing, with the Nemanja Matic track now ‘dismantled’ and Stanislav Lobotka set to leave Celta Vigo for Napoli instead.
Genk talent Sander Berge is also an option but thus far there have only been enquiries, meaning it cannot be excluded that the midfield department remains the same.
Lucas Paqueta could stay as negotiations between Maldini and Leonardo for the sale of the Brazilian to PSG have not yet taken off, while Franck Kessie could also remain as no good offers have yet arrived.
Milan, therefore, could postpone this particular chapter until next summer.