To reinforce the AC Milan team which is coached by Stefano Pioli, directors Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara must find the right opportunities which would fit the strategy and philosophy of the owners. The Rossoneri will definitely not be looking to spend crazy amounts of money. But, they will have to look at affordable players with good qualities as usual.
According to the latest news relayed by those at Calciomercato.it, a player who could be right for Milan is Josip Brekalo, a player whose contract with Wolfsburg is about to expire and who played in Italy last season for Torino.
The 24-year-old Croatian attacking midfielder could be a free agent in June 2023. He can play as a left-winger, right-winger or even as a second striker. The right-footed talent who stands at just 175 centimetres tall seemed destined to join Serie A side Monza at one point. However, the deal failed to go through due to not agreeing on commissions. Fiorentina, Udinese and Napoli are also interested but Brekalo could also have been offered to Milan.
AC Milan need new bodies up front, and a 'low cost' opportunity like Brekalo could be ideal at this time of the season. In reality, it is unlikely that his arrival can materialise now. The reason would be related to the foreigners list: before buying the former Torino star, another player from Milanello should leave, perhaps Bakayoko who is wanted in Turkey, as relayed by Pianeta Milan. Meanwhile, this defender should be set to leave Milan once the season ends.