It should be noted, however, that Jonathan David is not the only option being considered at Casa Milan. In fact, if the club is unable to get its hands on David's card, it will not be left empty-handed in attack.
A new striker is still needed for Stefano Pioli's team, and for this reason, the Rossoneri have targeted two important and quality alternatives.
First, there is Serhou Guirassy
Guirassy, born in 1996, a Guinean striker who has already scored 16 goals and provided 2 assists in 10 games between the Bundesliga and the German Cup in this season's start. The 17 million euros of the termination clause of his contract also attract Milan and many other big European clubs.
At the moment, however, it seems that Guirassy could leave his current club, Stuttgart, only next summer and not in January.
AC Milan also on Akor Adams
Then, there is Adams, born in 2000, a Nigerian plying his trade for Montpellier with whom he has scored 7 goals in 11 Ligue 1 matches so far. He has great physical strength, has a nose for goal, and can still improve.