AC Milan, despite having a busy incoming transfer market in the previous summer session, is suffering lack of depth due to incredible number of injuries alreadt in October.
Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara were already forced to go into the market and settled on signing Antonio Mirante, free agent goalkeeper, formerly at AS Roma, in order to replace Mike Maignan who will be out for 6 weeks.
The club will continue the hunt for more players to solidify the squad for Stefano Pioli, especially in the attacking department given the physical condition of 40-year-old Zlatan Ibrahimovic (who only appeared against Lazio, but still scored anyways) and Olivier Giroud who was suffering lower back pain for some time.
Therefore, Milan directors are focused now in the coming matches, but they are also keeping an eye for the January market. In fact, as reported by Calciomercatoweb.it, the next hit in the mercato could come from Jurgen Klopp’s side, Liverpool. We are talking about Belgian centre-forward Divock Origi who is valued at around 10 million euros.
In this season, Divock Origi managed to make 4 appearances, 2 in the Champions League as he managed to provide an assist in the game against Milan, then 1 appearance in the EFL Cup as he scored and assisted once and only played 2 minutes in the Premier League. The player could want to change clubs in order to gain more playing time.