AC Milan are exploring their options as they look for ways to reinforce the squad of Stefano Pioli, especially in attack. With Zlatan Ibrahimovic having hung his boots already and Origi and Rebic with their futures uncertain, a new capable and reliable striker is needed.
According to our information, as relayed to you by Vito Angelè (read full piece here with all the details), a striker has been proposed to the AC Milan club management. We are talking about former Napoli player Arkadiusz Milik, who spent this season on loan from Marseille at Juventus.
Marseille, for their part, are asking for less than 10 million euros to let Milik leave. The centre-forward represents an interesting opportunity. The French club are hoping to sell the player's card before opening talks with Juventus for another loan transfer. But for now, it seems that AC Milan are focusing on other strikers.
The 29-year-old Polish player has a valid contract with Marseille until the summer 2025. With the Bianconeri, under the guidance of Massimiliano Allegri, he managed to score 9 goals and one assist.