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Milan Transfer Market | Strike in attack: here comes the turning point!

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Milan is working to provide Stefano Pioli with a new center forward. The Giroud track is getting hotter and hotter. News awaited shortly

The Milan wastes no time. After resolving the goalkeeper issue, ending the relationship with Gianluigi Donnarumma and relying on Mike Maignan, the Rossoneri club looks ahead. Maldini and Massara, who tonight are attending the women’s Coppa Italia final together with Gazidis and Pioli, have a lot of work to do: the ideas are clear and waiting to receive an answer from Hakan Calhanoglu (Milan will not wait much longer), they want to resolve the loan issues but not only.

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The priority, as told in the past few hours, is to redeem Fikayo Tomori. It would be really strange not to see the English central in the Rossoneri next season. In the next few days there will be further contacts with Chelsea, who are unlikely to grant a discount; AC Milan is therefore ready to pay a slightly higher figure to the class of Londoners 28 million euros, as agreed in January.

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Calciomercato Milan, hot hours for Giroud

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The next ones will also be the days of Olivier Giroud, who will see his contract with the Chelsea in a month. Massara and Maldini esteem the French striker so much that he can really become a new Milan player. There will be new contacts between the parties that could lead to a definitive agreement. A two-year contract possible a 3.5 / 4 million euros. The fresh European champion with Chelsea will be busy with Deschamps’ national team and this suggests that the deal may have a turning point in the short term.

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