The AC Milan management are still working on signing a striker that will give Stefano Pioli a complete attacking department, a report claims.
According to what is being reported by Antonio Vitiello of MilanNews, Milan will decide in the next few days what to do with the striker position and there are two possibilities at the moment.
The first requires the management to find the right profile, both from an economic and technical point of view, to work alongside Olivier Giroud and Noah Okafor. In this case Lorenzo Colombo would leave on loan with his destination Monza.
The second possibility sees Milan remain with the current group, made up of Giroud, Okafor and Colombo. Pioli didn’t tell a lie on Sunday at his pre-match press conference when he said: “Anything can happen. It may also happen that we stay as we are.”
The management are attentive to various solutions, with many agents and intermediaries proposing their clients to Geoffrey Moncada and Antonio D’Ottavio hoping to convince them.
Many have been rejected already such as Moise Kean of Juventus, Luka Jovic of Fiorentina and Sardar Azmoun of Bayer Leverkusen, who have not convinced because of their profile, their cost or both.
There are reflections on Armando Broja of Chelsea from a physical point of view after the serious injury he suffered 10 months ago.