There is nothing that is certain regarding Ante Rebic’s future with the AC Milan club. The player is injury-ridden and the Rossoneri management cannot remain patient with such recurring physical problems for too long.
The primary objective for Il Diavolo, at least for now, is to recover him and see how he does once he is fully fit again. But, if not, he’ll be listed on the market by the summer transfer window because his contract expires on June 30, 2025. The Rossoneri want to sell his card for a fee worth around 20 million euros.
Now, the red and black faithful are starting to evaluate other options in the attack who may replace Rebic and become Rafael Leao’s deputy. A name on the list of Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara is Atalanta’s Ademola Lookman. He is a Nigerian left-winger who is 25 years old. Currently, he is valued at around 20 million euros.
Another profile on the radar of AC Milan is Club Brugge’s Noa Lang who was heavily linked with a move to Milanello last summer. The Dutchman would come to Milan on the fly and the Belgian club would be willing to let him leave for the sum of 20 million euros.
A player who in the long run could become important for the men’s first team is perhaps Ivorian left-winger Chaka Traoré. Right now, he is continuously improving under the guidance of Ignazio Abate in the AC Milan Primavera team.
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