Milan to Make Two More Signings After Marco Pellegrino

Despite having one of the busiest summers in Italy, Milan could land as many as three new players down the final stretch. According to Gazzetta dello Sport, a new midfielder and Olivier Giroud’s deputy may follow the impending arrival of Marco Pellegrino.

After agreeing on a deal in principle with Platense for the 21-year-old defender, Milan will turn to a sustainable center-forward alternative to Giroud. Fiorentina’s Luka Jovic isn’t an exciting prospect for Geoffrey Moncada, even though the player’s agent, Fali Ramadani, tried to broker a switch.

However, Bayer Leverkusen’s Sardar Azmoun seems to be a profile carefully examined by the Milan chief executive. The 28-year-old failed to find his feet in the Bundesliga after departing Zenit St Petersburg in January 2022. He is open to leaving the BayArena and could be available on a cut-price deal.

Perhaps shockingly, Milan may pull off another acquisition in the middle of the park. It’s like Stefano Pioli isn’t satisfied with the arrivals of Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Tijjani Reijnders, and Yunus Musah. But it’s more likely he’ll pursue another midfielder only if Rade Krunic was to leave San Siro. 

If he does, Bologna’s Nicolas Dominguez will be a prime suspect to form the last piece of the puzzle. Milan will play Thiago Motta’s side in their opening 2023/24 Serie A fixture on Monday. They could use the opportunity to discuss the Argentine’s future, though there’s no doubt I Rossoblu would prefer to keep hold of their No 8. 

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