AC Milan is actively searching for a new striker in anticipation of the 2024-25 season, with several players recently linked to the club. Two more names have emerged as potential targets, according to a report.
Olivier Giroud’s age and inability to start every game have made it evident that a new striker is needed, a pursuit initiated during the previous summer.
Calciomercato.com reports that aside from Jonathan David of Lille, two additional players are now on the club’s radar. The first candidate is Petar Musa, a 25-year-old Croatian who has notched four goals in ten matches for Benfica this season.
The second prospect is 23-year-old Baris Yilmaz, who represents Galatasaray. Although he has yet to score for his club this season, he recently netted the winning goal for the Turkish national team. Yilmaz primarily plays as a right-winger but has demonstrated versatility by playing in a forward role, as seen in his goal.
Milan’s list of potential recruits is clearly extensive, and the club’s final choices will likely be revealed in the coming months.