AC Milan are looking to reinforce the team, especially in attack as there is no real alternative for Giroud who can guarantee a number of goals per season.
In the January transfer market window, the club director Geoffrey Moncada, with the help of colleagues and team of scouts, will try to sign a new centre-forward, as relayed via Tuttomercatoweb's editorial piece.
As per the source, the Rossoneri are eyeing up a move for Akor Adams, a Nigerian striker of Montpellier in Ligue 1. He is 23 years of age, and he is highly favoured by the Rossoneri management.
Akor Adams is strong physically, but is also quick in creating space and taking shots on target.
During the previous summer transfer window, the French club acquired him from Lillestrøm for just over 4 million euros.
The AC Milan target's value has now doubled. It would be a relatively economical move for Milan, who could potentially acquire him in the winter transfer market.
Akor Adams' contract runs until June 2027 with Montpellier. After 11 matches in the French league, he has been able to score 7 goals.