In January, AC Milan will try to reinforce the team, as already reported. In addition to the defensive area, they will try to add a new striker to the team of Stefano Pioli.
Luka Jovic is not excelling and does not impress so far. That is why the hunt for a centre-forward is ongoing. The Rossoneri want to find a player who can rotate well with 37-year-old Frenchman Olivier Giroud and eventually replace him.
As reported by Il Corriere dello Sport mentioned two names specifically: Santiago Gimenez and Akor Adams. Among those on AC Milan's radar, one highly watched player is the Mexican Santiago Gimenez, born in 2001, currently performing exceptionally well as a Feyenoord striker this season, netting an impressive 13 goals in 12 Eredivisie matches, along with two goals in the Champions League.
His contract lasts until 2027, and while a summer bid seems more likely, it's definite that the player is admired, and he also holds an Italian passport. However, the more feasible option for January is Akor Adams, a Nigerian center forward born in 2000, playing for Montpellier.
He's been a standout in the early Ligue 1 season, scoring 7 goals in 11 matches. Additionally, a smaller transfer fee acts as a guarantee, estimated to be around 15 million euros.