AC Milan is planning to sign a new Centre Forward


AC Milan is planning on spending considerable investment to sign a new striker. The Milan board is aware of the lack of future talent. The club has many legends in the position, such as Ibrahimovic, Giroud, and Divock Origi, but they lack a youthful presence. A player that coach Stefano Pioli can trust and develop into a future superstar.

According to, CEO Ivan Gazidis spoke at the shareholders’ meeting yesterday. During the meeting, CEO Gazidis opened the idea of investing more in the squad. The investment would be possible due to the increase in revenue.

“We are always in the process of growth; this increase in revenues means we have more possibilities to make the market big. The money is available to make investments.”

AC Milan has shortlisted three potential targets.

According to Calcio Mercato, the club management, including directors Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara, has shortlisted three top targets for the position. The list includes Armando Broja from Chelsea. AC Milan has remained interested in the player since the last summer. However, Chelsea is reluctant to let him leave, having signed a new contract recently.

The second one on the list is young Canadian sensation, Jonathan David. Jonathan David has taken Ligue 1 by storm in the last couple of seasons. This season, the 22-year-old Canadian international has nine goals in 12 league games for Lille. He matches the PSG front trio of Leo Messi, Mbappe, and Neymar.

In a recent interview, David stated unequivocally that he would seize the chance to advance his career at a “big” club.

“The next step is always growing, having more ambition, a bigger club. Every player wants to play for a massive club in their life. I think if I had the chance to do it, I’ll go for it for sure. I feel ready for the leap to a great club.”

The last player on the list is 22 years-old Swiss international Noah Ofakor. Noah Okafor scored for Red Bull Salzburg in the Champions League against the Rossoneri and Chelsea. His deal with the Austrian club expires in 2024. AC Milan would want to move fast to beat potential suitors.

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