Report: Milan looking for big fishes in the market

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Every year it’s the same old story, reinforcing Milan with better players. Whether it be technically, skillfully or physically, every year one each of the categories are searched.This summer with the change in the manager, Giampaolo, the entire system of this squad is put in jeopardy. Due the formation in which Giampaolo prefers, players like Cutrone, Suso and Kessie might be put in the state of jeopardy.The players who might replace the endangered players are as follows:

  • Andrej Kramaric : The Croatian striker had some play last season at Hoffenheim. He tallied 17 goals and 4 assists in his 30 appearances last season, who will cost around 30-40 million euros. He fits in the plans of Giampaolo at 3 different roles, so will be a snatch to buy.
  • Lucas Torriera: The Uruguayan international arrived from Samdoria before moving to Arsenal last season, but it’s more than enough to look at his desire to leave the gunners this summer. A reunion with Giampaolo is one another reason. The 23 yr old impressed everyone at the Emirates but due to the language barrier it might seem there might be some early exit for Lucas. He will be a good replacement compared to the likes of Bakayoko who has already left Milan.
  • Dani Ceballos: The shinning young Spainiard who controlled the midfield of Spain like a boss in the U-21 championship will be very likely be sold by Los Blancos. The 23 yr old Spanish boy had impressed everyone almost luring dozens of club, but with likes of Maldini and Boban lurking around Madrid it might seem possible. Madrid will be letting him go on a loan with an obligation to buy at 40 million euros. Like the rest targets, Dani fits Giampaolo’s plans and it will be a dream come true if he arrives at Milan this summer.
  • Ozan Kabak: The young Turkish who plays as a center back for Stuttgard can be on a move to Milan after paying his release clause of 15 million euros. But it will be a tug of war with Bayern, however Milan have the upper edge by promising the 19 yr old the starting place.

This is how Milan could look like next season.