AC Milan must reinforce the team in attack as that department clearly lacked some serious firepower when Olivier Giroud couldn't deliver. Zlatan Ibrahimovic had many physical issues while Ante Rebic and Divock Origi struggled to showcase their skills when needed by coach Stefano Pioli.
According to what is reported by French outlet Footmercato, the Rossoneri club management is keeping an eye on Georges Mikautadze who plays for Metz in Ligue 2.
Mikautadze, born in Lyon France, but holder of a Georgian nationality, is a talented centre-forward who is 22 years old. He stands at 176 centimetres tall, is right-footed and has a contract with Metz until the summer of 2026.
As per the source, the AC Milan club have sent an offer valued at 10 million euros. The Georgian striker is definitely an interesting player who could be looking to make the leap in quality. In Ligue 2, he has scored 23 goals and provided 8 assists so far after playing 35 matches.