Milan will welcome Yunus Musah officially in the next few days. Afterward, they intend to finish off their busy summer with three more purchases to round out the squad. They’ll replace Fode Ballo-Touré with an Italian fullback and could onboard a new center-back and another striker.
According to Alfredo Pedullà, they furthered the talks with Juventus for Luca Pellegrini. They plan to propose a loan with obligation to buy. He has gained separation from Riccardo Calafiori. However, Nice and Lazio are also tracking the Bianconeri outcast.
Per Corriere della Sera, Milan will thoroughly assess Lorenzo Colombo before signing another center-forward. They targeted Mehdi Taremi in previous weeks. Then, they concluded a flash deal for Noah Okafor, who isn’t a pure no.9 and can star on the flanks as well.
The Rossoneri had taken a look at Facundo Gonzalez, but he’ll join Juventus. Their newcomer in the back will be similar. They seek a youngster with potential, La Gazzetta dello Sport informs (via Tuttomercatoweb). They recently parted ways with Matteo Gabbia.
Our Take on the Next Milan Moves
Ballo-Touré will have to be replaced so they don’t overload Theo Hernandez, but the cheaper, the better, considering the caliber of their starter. The better way to go could be to bring in a quality right-back and use Alessandro Florenzi there. The other two rumored additions would be superfluous unless Simon Kjaer bolts.
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