Amid talks of a potential takeover by Investcorp, Milan line up lucrative deals for summer transfer targets.
As reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport, Milan have made some changes to their transfer strategy ahead of the summer transfer window. They have reportedly shifted their interest towards Ajax’s Sebastien Haller, RB Leipzig’s Christopher Nkunku, and Roma’s Nicolò Zaniolo.
The report also understands that the Rossoneri are willing to challenge Real Madrid for the signature of Aurélien Tchouaméni in the approaching summer transfer market.
Former West Ham United forward, Haller has been sensational for Ajax this season, thus catching the attention of many European heavyweights, including Milan. As per the report, the Rossoneri have also kept an eye on Zaniolo, who has a valuation of around €60million in the market.
Investcorp, the Bahrain-based firm, are reportedly the favourite to acquire the ownership of Milan in the next few weeks. It is suggested that the new owners could allow the Milan management to spend a jaw-dropping sum of €300million on transfers this summer. And that’s why it is believed that the Milan board has postponed the meeting with Sassuolo over deals for Gianluca Scamacca and Hamed Traorè and has added new targets to the shortlist.
It is understood that the acquisition of Milan could mean contract renewals for Paolo Maldini, Frederic Massara, Milan’s chief scout Geoffrey Moncada, and other personnel in the club’s technical area.