AC Milan continue to evaluate important mercato opportunities. Club directors Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara know what the team is missing but they will try to reinforce the team by respecting the resources and parameters set by the higher management.
Signing players to suit Stefano Pioli's style is no simple feat as the directors and scouting department filter through several profiles and names.
The latest rumour claims that the Rossoneri received an important offer through a market intermediary.
According to what is reported by Calciomercato.com, Brazilian striker of Portuguese club Porto Evanilson was indeed offered to the AC Milan club through an intermediary. The 23-year-old former centre-forward of Fluminense, who is an ambipedal, has a contract with his club until 2027.
It remains to be revealed how the Rossoneri reacts. But, take this news with a pinch of salt because Evanilson currently has a 100 million euros release clause. That amount is way too high for AC Milan right now and Porto are not known for giving significant discounts when negotiating sales of their star players.