Roma and Milan Competing to Sign Multiple Forwards

Roma and Milan are tussling for the same targets to bolster their respective frontlines. They are both going after Gianluca Scamacca, although West Ham don’t want to let him go on an initial loan. The two Italian sides collected info on Alvaro Morata and were offered Adama Traoré, who will leave Wolverhampton on a free transfer.

According to Gianluca Di Marzio, agent Jorge Mendes proposed the winger to the clubs, who are said to be keen. Stefano Pioli considers him a good alternative on either flank. Napoli mulled him in previous months, but they haven’t followed suit just yet as Hirving Lozano is still in town.

Per La Gazzetta dello SportIl Diavolo inquired about Alvaro Morata. However, he makes €9M, which is problematic for Milan and Roma. He’s rumored to have a €10M release clause, but the sum might vary through time, Il Messaggero relays (via Tuttomercatoweb). He’s very tight with his former Juventus teammate Paulo Dybala.

The Spanish marksman recently extended his contract with Atletico Madrid, but it’s not a hindrance toward a potential departure. On the contrary, it allows him to leave on loan. His previous one would have run out at the end of next season.

Our Take on the Roma and Milan Plans

Those options are more logical for a cash-strapped side than for one that’s about to get a boatload of money and was already in good shape beforehand. Scamacca’s price tag presumably plummeted in a year. He could be a bargain even if West Ham only want to sell him permanently.

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