AC Milan have 3-names list if Hojlund pursuit fails
AC Milan are expected to make a big investment for a new centre forward this summer with a couple of names in sight.
As already reported by acmilaninfo.com, AC Milan are seriously interested in Atalanta striker Rasmus Hojlund. The 20-year-old Danish striker has made an immediate impact in Serie A with his market value rising to €50 million. The Rossoneri are explroing the conditions of a possible transfers. However, AC Milan have three alternatives names in attack in case Hojlund pursuit fails.
The list starts with the name of Noah Okafor. The 22-year-old Swiss international will not extend his contract with Red Bull Salzburg and will surely leave the Austrian club at the end of the season. Salzburg have named a €20 million price tag for Okafor who left a big impression in the two Champions League matches against AC Milan. Okafor is considered a potential replacement also for Rafael Leao. The Swiss striker has scored 10 goals and provided 3 assists so far.
Another name on the list is that of Lois Openda according to MilanNews.it. The 23-year-old Belgium striker joined Lens last summer for a fee close to €10 million. Openda has settled in immediately in the French league helping Lens fight for a spot in the Champions League for next season. Lois Openda has recorded 9 goals and one assist in 25 league appearances with Lens.
The last name is that of France international Randal Kolo Muani. The 24-year-old was very close to join AC Milan last year but a preferred a move to Bundesliga with the hope of finding more space there and time proved him right. Randal Kolo Muani is having a fantastic season with Eintracht Frankfurt.
Kolo Muani has sored 15 goals and provided 14 assists in 32 appearances with Eintracht Frankfurt until now. Great performances in Germany have impacted his market value to rise to at least €40 million. Great business from Frankfurt who secured his transfer as a free agent from Nantes last summer.
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