Milan Meet with Stuttgart to Talk Guirassy and More

Milan and Stuttgart had a summit on Wednesday to discuss Serhou Guirassy and more. The striker has a low release clause. The Rossoneri tested the waters about whether his team is open to negotiating the payment structure and the deal in general, La Gazzetta dello Sport informed (via Mediaset).

In particular, the Bundesliga side expressed interest in Jan-Carlo Simic, who logged a few appearances earlier this season. He grew up in their youth academy before moving to Italy. It remains to be determined whether the Italian team will be willing to give him up.

Milan already kicked the tires on Guirassy in January, but the striker preferred staying put. While his valuation wouldn’t be an issue, the Rossoneri have doubts concerning his salary demands. He’d come in with the second-highest wages in their squad behind Rafael Leao. They have also inquired about defender Hiroki Ito.

If the 28-year-old joins with particularly favorable conditions, his arrival wouldn’t necessarily rule out the acquisition of another high-profile striker such as Joshua Zirkzee and Benjamin Sesko.

Our Take on Milan and Guirassy

Despite his glorious campaign, it’d still be a gamble given his production in previous years. It’d be a lot better if they pulled off a twofer, perhaps with a raw prodigy whose name hasn’t emerged yet. They’d have an established striker to lean on while he grows. There could be ground for that since Stuttgart seem pretty resigned and willing to negotiate. His personal terms are indeed a roadblock, though.

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