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The spasmodic search of AC Milan for a new striker continues. Now that the club situation has been outlined, it is possible to operate with greater serenity on the transfer market.
Signing a great bomber will not be easy for the new ownership that will have to pay close attention to the costs that should not exceed the parameters imposed by UEFA. This is why sales are essential to make new purchases. According reports by Premium Sport, Milan will sell both Nikola Kalinic and Andre Silva this summer to make room for a new striker. Without forgetting Carlos Bacca, who is not part of the club’s plans. But who is the top target?
Without a doubt Alvaro Morata. The Rossoneri, like a year ago, have identified the Spanish striker as the ideal candidate. An economically complicated operation, considering his price tag and also for the salary of the player, who earns about 9 million euros per season a year and has an evaluation close to 60 million. The Rossoneri’s second best choice is called Gonzalo Higuain, destined to leave Juventus after Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival. But there is a problem: Juventus does not want to repeat the Leonardo Bonucci case and prefers to sell him abroad, with Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea in the background.
The new name emerged in these last hours is that of Karim Benzema of Real Madrid. This too is a difficult operation for various reasons, but, as explained by Premium Sport, the French striker is not an option that fully convinces AC Milan mainly for the reduced number of goals scored by the 30 year old centre forward in recent seasons (only 16 goals in the last two seasons of La Liga).