Milan want Dries Mertens

The Belgian striker Naples, Dries Merten, could come out in the next transfer market. His future could continue to be linked to Italy, because according to the website Voetbal24, the player does not want to move the transalpine country. The team in first position to sign Mertens is the AC Milan. Despite having Ibrahimovic, Leao and Giroud up front, the team rossoneri could sign the Belgian to complete the lead. From Italy they point out that the French striker, Olivier Giroud could leave the team, so the incorporation of Mertens to Stefano Pioli’s team would be logical.

At 34 years old, Mertens ends his contract with Napoli next June, and talks to renew for another year are totally stopped. In addition, Milan have also been interested in Divock Origi, a Liverpool player and a compatriot of Mertens, according to the Gazette.

Napoli legend

Dries Mertens has been one of the Neapolitan team’s most important players in the past decade. With almost 10 seasons behind him, he and Insigne have been the banners of the Diego Armando Maradona stadium. This year, in the 22 Italian championship matches, he has scored 7 times and assisted once. He is one of the greatest legends of the Italian team. He is their all-time top scorer having scored 144 times and played almost 400 games. In addition, Mertens is one of his top assists, with 89 goal passes.

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