Milan Hope to Secure One More Attacking Transfer, Two Targets Identified

Milan have identified two new targets to bolster their midfield prowess, with the aim of making at least one more transfer before the transfer window shuts close at the end of the month.

The Rossoneri have secured seven transfers already this summer and are reportedly keen to make another attacking signing.

According to Portuguese outlet O’Jogo, Porto winger Jesus Corona has been in contact with Milan’s management in light of a potential transfer within the coming week. The 28-year-old Mexican has a market value of €30m, according to transfermarkt, but with his contract expiring in June 2022, he will come for much cheaper – in the range of €10-20m – according to the reports.

Another name being linked is Crotone’s Junior Messias, a relatively new name in Milan’s books. The club, who were relegated last season to Serie B, will let the Brazilian leave for a hugely discounted sum in the range of €5-10m. The reports from Gianluca Di Marzio also state that contact has already been made between the two parties.