Milan Find a Center-Forward and More Deadline Day Deals

Milan struck out on their primary targets but signed a new option up front at last on deadline day, snapping up one that was very available, Luka Jovic. The Serb joined on a cheap permanent deal from Fiorentina, La Gazzetta dello Sport informs. Divock Origi is headed to Nottingham Forest.

The Rossoneri realized it would have been challenging to onboard Patson Daka due to his extra-EU status. Afterward, they probed Rafa Mir, but Sevilla blocked him because they couldn’t find a proper replacement. Hence, they had to settle with what was within reach.

As for the other Serie A teams, it was a rather quiet deadline day. Frosinone added Mehdi Bourabia from Spezia to have more experience, and two interesting talents, Arjon Ibrahimovic from Bayern Munich and Reinier from Real Madrid.

Udinese signed four foreign players, defenders Thomas Kristensen from Aarhus and Antonio Tikvic from the Bavarians, midfielder Martin Payero from Middlesbrough, and striker Keinan David from Aston Villa to succeed Norberto Beto. Bologna finalized the swap with Nottingham Forest. Instead, Sassuolo brought Samu Castillejo back to Italy on loan from Valencia after missing out on Ola Solbakken.

Empoli sneaked an interesting one before the buzzer on deadline day, luring the versatile and rock-solid Simone Bastoni from Spezia. Verona acquired youngster Tomas Suslov from Groningen. Genoa rounded out their defense with Leandre Kuavita on loan from Standard Liege.

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