At AC Milan, scoring goals is still the task of Olivier Giroud and Zlatan Ibrahimović. Although the two centre-forwards have done a good job in recent months, it should not be forgotten that the Frenchman is 35 and the Swede is even 40 years old. So fresh blood is urgently needed. A top talent from Serbia is said to be on the way to the “Rossoneri”.
It took a long time for AC Milan to realize that nothing can be won with only old stars who are past their prime. The upheaval that followed took years. Of course, Milan don’t want to repeat this mistake, which is why young and talented kickers regularly find their way to the traditional Milan club.
The Serbian youngster Marko Lazetić seems to be particularly popular at the moment. Italian transfer expert Fabrizio Romano confirmed the report Sky Sport Italy, according to which those responsible for Milan are in advanced contract talks with the 18-year-old. The club apparently wants to make a firm purchase and fix it as soon as possible.
The Serbian U-19 national player is currently still playing in the domestic league with the national top club Red Star Belgrade and has a contract until 2024. The young attacker is not yet one of the permanent staff and has only had 370 minutes in the league, in which he played a could score. Despite everything, Marko Lazetić is regarded as a great talent and, at 1.92 meters, has ideal centre-forward dimensions.
Meanwhile, Pietro Pellegri, currently on loan from Monaco, is set to leave Milan with immediate effect and could join Torino in the coming weeks. The 20-year-old barely got any playing time with the Rossoneri and is also out until the beginning of February with an adductor injury. However, before moving back on loan, Milan would like to sign him on as an investment in the future.
Alle AC Milan-News