AC Milan offered the chance to sign Liverpool striker

AC Milan are set to make important changes in attack for the upcoming season and they are looking again in the Premier League for options.

With Olivier Giroud turning 37, Zlatan Ibrahimovic set to retire and Divock Origi failing to live up to expectations, AC Milan will be forced to rejuvenate their attack this summer. The Rossoneri plan to sign at least another striker and will be carefully considering their options until the summer transfer window opens.

Meanwhile, the Rossoneri have been offered the chance to sign another player from Liverpool. According to reports from Italy, Roberto Firmino has been offered to AC Milan. It was recently announced that the Brazilian forward will not be extending his contract with Liverpool and will leave as a free agent.

Despite being given the chance to continue at Liverpool, Firmino is looking for a new adventure outside Anfield Road. Roberto Firmino has lost his starting spot since the arrival of Darwin Nunez. Nevertheless, the Brazilian striker has contributed with 10 goals ad 5 assists in 27 appearances with the Reds.

The 31-year-old has won every possible trophy at club level during his eight years at Liverpool. Firmino currently around 10 million euros per season in England. A very high figure for the Rossoneri’s standard. At the same time, the striker has also been offered to Inter and Juventus while Atletico Madrid are also a probably destination.

At the moment AC Milan don’t seem very attracted by the idea of signing Bobby Firmino. Despite his obvious talent and experience, Milan are being very cautious especially following the disappointment of Divock Origi. Origi has contributed to only two goals this season. Too little for a player that was supposed to lead Milan’s attack this season.

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