AZ Alkmaar have lowered their asking price for star striker Myron Boadu, a transfer target of AC Milan to replace Ibrahimovic.
The likely arrival of Ralf Rangnick at AC Milan would mean the certain departure of Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The Swedish champion will leave at the end of the season and so far AC Milan have identified two targets to replace him: Luka Jovic and Myron Boadu.
Signing the Serbia striker of Real Madrid is a very difficult option. Real Madrid spent €60 million to buy Jovic one year ago and want to avoid a loss on their investment. Jovic’s contract of 5 million euros per season plus bonuses in another obstacle for the Italian side.
The Rossoneri can’t afford to offer him the same salary and the player reportedly wants to have another chance at Madrid. Under these conditions the name of Boadu becomes even more tempting for the Red and Blacks.
Myron Boadu has been a revelation this season scoring 20 goals and assisting 13 in 39 appearances with AZ Alkmaar. Excellent numbers that have made the 19-year-old centre forward one of the most in-demand talents in Europe. Fortunately for the Rossoneri, his agent Mino Raiola is willing to move his client to Italy and has offered Myron Boadu to AC Milan.
Another good news is that due to the Coronavirus crisis AZ Alkmaar have lowered their economic demands for their gem. Sportmediaset reports that AZ Alkmaar are open to sell Myron Boadu for a fee of ‘just’ 15-18 million euros. An affordable figure for the Rossoneri. The young striker is perfect for 4-3-3 formation of Milan. A poacher with a keen eye for goal and with great room for improvement.