Milan are currently focusing on Patson Daka and Antonio Sanabria in their wide-ranging search for a new striker. While they have one open slot, the fact that the former is an extra-EU player risks complicating the proceedings due to the increased bureaucracy that comes with that, Sportitalia informs.
The Rossoneri would like to do the deal on loan with an option to buy, while Leicester City prefers inserting an obligation to make the transfer permanent. The clubs are engaged in direct talks to try to reach an agreement. After breaking out at RB Salzburg, the Zambian international moved to England for €30M in 2021. He has tallied 15 goals and 8 assists in 74 matches since.
On top of Daka, Milan showed interest in Antonio Sanabria, SportMediaset informs. Torino touched base for Divock Origi before zeroing in on Duvan Zapata. Despite the collapse of the Alessandro Buongiorno deal, their chase was successful. The Colombian is in town for the medicals to take the medicals and finalize a €7M transfer, plus €3M add-ons.
Having onboarded a starting-caliber marksman, the Granata could be willing to negotiate the sale of the Paraguayan, even though he’s coming off the most productive season of his career.
Our Take on Milan, Daka, and Sanabria
The former has more upside but doesn’t totally fit the bill of what they are seeking, and neither would the Torino star, even though he’s a purer no.9.
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