AC Milan monitor three Premier League outcasts

After failing to reach the deal for the passage of Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Serie A from Los Angeles Galaxy, AC Milan have turned their attention towards the Premier League

The Rossoneri are looking to land a striker in the January transfer session to help out Patrick Cutrone and Gonzalo Higuain in the final third, but their attempts to bring Ibrahimovic back to San Siro have come a cropper.

According to The Mirror, the Italian giants weigh up a January swoop for one of Liverpool’s duo Daniel Sturridge and Divock Origi. The same source further states Tottenham Hotspur outcast Vincent Janssen has also made it to Leonardo’s shortlist.

Rade Krunic, Serie A

Krunic says Pioli have him his confidence back

According to AC Milan midfielder Rade Krunic, it was his coach Stefano Pioli who would give him his confidence back in the Serie A.

However, the aforementioned trio has been struggling for regular first-team action this campaign (and the majority of the previous one), and it is questionable whether they can contribute to Milan’s goal on securing the Champions League football for the next season.

Instead of doing some due diligence to find the best solutions for the final third, the 7-time Champions League winners seem to act recklessly on the market again.

Let’s not forget that the Rossoneri have been disappointing their fans by signing some used-up players, especially during the last ten years.

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