While Part one of Monday’s transfer round-up focused on potential outgoings at Milan, part two takes a lot at the rumours linking us with possible signings.
With the never-ending suggestions that not only is Ralf Rangnick heading for Milan this summer but he’s already planning who he wants to bring in, the rumours continued to start the new week.
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As reported by Tuttomercatoweb, via Tuttosport, Milan are said to be in the market for a new centre-forward this summer, and Luka Jovic, Arkadiusz Milik and Myron Boadu are said to be the three options on our radar.
While Milik is proven in Serie A and has the most experience at the top level, Jovic enjoyed a prolific stint at Eintracht Frankfurt before his struggles at Real Madrid.
As for Boadu, he was hugely impressive for AZ Alkmaar this past season, and at just 19 years of age, he is undoubtedly a big prospect for the future. In turn, all three have their strengths, but it remains to be seen who emerges as the most likely arrival.
Elsewhere, TMW also report that Milan came close to signing Dominik Szoboszlai in January but evidently a deal didn’t materialise. It’s suggested that while he’s available for around €25m, the Rossoneri could come up against increased competition and so time will tell if he’s still a likely reinforcement.
There’s also plenty of talk about strengthening our midfield, with Calciomercato noting that Samuele Ricci is a target, while youngster Tommaso Pobega could return from his loan spell to be given a bigger chance to impress next season.
Meanwhile, MilanNews report that Espanyol midfielder Marc Roca is also of interest, but Sport add that he has a release clause of €40m in his current contract and so it certainly won’t be cheap to prise him away from the La Liga outfit.
Furthermore, it’s also suggested that he has an offer from Arsenal to consider already, and so it remains to be seen if we decide to rival the Gunners for his signature by stepping up our touted pursuit.