The central defender did not arrive in January, despite Stefano Pioli's continuous requests, so everything is postponed to next summer, also to numerically replace Simon Kjaer, who will leave Milan as his contract expires.
According to what Tuttosport reports today, the ideal profile is that of a preferably left-footed defender and, why not, perhaps available for free, in order to invest money on the center forward.
At Casa Milan, they have not removed Alessandro Buongiorno from Torino from their radar, but Urbano Cairo has asked for no less than 40 million euros for his jewel in recent weeks, and in summer, the valuation could even increase.
So, for the defence, the name of Lloyd Kelly, a 25-year-old English central defender from Bournemouth, remains in the forefront, liked very much by Moncada, who has gone to see him several times, giving him full marks. Milan would have even taken him in January by paying compensation, but the British club said no. Lloyd Kelly, however, will not renew and will leave in summer. He is liked by several top English clubs, while in Italy, Juventus' interest has cooled down after the acquisition of Tiago Djalò.
Furlani, Moncada, and D'Ottavio have had several contacts with his entourage and could soon make a decisive move to anticipate Premier League competition. The alternative, also on a free transfer, is found in London: Tosin Adarabioyo of Fulham, and even in this case, the Rossoneri club tried to probe the ground to anticipate a move in January, but without success.