AC Milan are in full swing during the crucial phase of the transfer market and are working tirelessly to complete their squad for the season. Although coach Stefano Pioli has expressed his confidence in the current forwards, the Rossoneri club are keen to strengthen their attacking front.
La Gazzetta dello Sport have pointed out that the money that could be generated by Fode Ballo Touré’s potential transfer to Werder Bremen would allow Milan to explore options in the market. Rather than looking for another left-back, the team’s priority was to sign a striker who will give the team more chances to score.
AC Milan’s priority signing to close the market
Two names have emerged as potential candidates to reinforce the left-back position: Bartesaghi and Florenzi. Both players would be options to support Theo Hernández in this position.
However, the main focus is on the attack front. Mehdi Taremi, Porto’s goalscorer, has again emerged as an interesting option. AC Milan are determined to find the best possible alternative in the coming months to improve their scoring chances.
The need for a striker who can make a difference is evident at Milan and the club are ready to make the necessary efforts to complete this signing before the transfer market closes.
The upcoming season is crucial for AC Milan as they look to return to the top of Italian and European football. Strengthening the attack is one of the core parts of his plan to achieve this goal. Milan fans will be keeping an eye out for transfer news in the coming days as the club work to put the finishing touches on their squad ahead of the start of the season.