The AC Milan club management has not been very active regarding the Men's First Team so far as Devis Vasquez, a Colombian goalkeeper, is the only incoming signing so far while Andreas Jungdal is reportedly closing in on a move to Austrian side Altach (read the details of the deal here).
The Rossoneri club directors, Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara, however, do have some important names otheir agenda as they always like to see if there are openings for valuable reinforcements at reasonable pricetags.
According to what has been reported by the Italy-based website PianetaMilan.it, 25-year-old Nigerian left-winger of Atalanta, Ademola Lookman, has been identified by the AC Milan club as the deputy of Rafael Leao. His contract with the Bergamo-based club expires in June 2026 and he has been able to register 7 goals and 2 assists after 16 Serie A appearances so far.
Lookman, a former talent at Everton, Fulham, Leicester City and RB Leipzig is valued at around 20 million euros, not a very cheap price, but perhaps it can be reached by the AC Milan club in case they decide to go after his signature.