According to the latest information published by Calcio Style, AC Milan are still interested in signing Canadian striker of Lille Jonathan David and they could sign him in the summer transfer window.
The player would not arrive in January because Lille are not willing to let him leave, even though they have already come to terms with his departure for a fee between 35 and 40 million euros, lower than what they really asked for last summer.
So, will Milan remain inactive in winter? The answer is no, and here comes another sensational rumour. They are, in fact, trying to close a deal with Montpellier for Akor Adams, a strong and prolific striker contending for the Golden Boot.
The Rossoneri have made contact, and now it's up to the French club to set the price, reportedly around 20 million euros.
Therefore, Milan wants to secure Akor Adams now, but at the same time, in January, lay down extremely solid foundations to consider Jonathan David's transfer merely a formality in the summer. Indeed, although the Canadian is very prolific, in terms of build and characteristics, he can be considered a second striker.
But here arises another question, is Milan preparing to play with a 3-5-2 formation? A question to which today there is no answer, although contacts with a "certain coach," who answers to the name of Antonio Conte, are underway, as reported by Calcio Style.