AC Milan are working hard in the final week of the summer transfer window as Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara look to fill one of the gaps in the squad. Milan are searching for a right winger and a number of names have been flying around in the past week:
Bernardo Silva: Ekrem Konur is reporting that Milan have agreed personal terms with Manchester City winger Silva as the clubs try and work out the financials for a move. The attacker is also not guaranteed playing time since the arrival of Jack Grealish but a move would be costly.
Jesus Corona: Rudy Galetti is reporting that Milan will launch a bid for the right winger as he has an expiring contract next summer. The idea is to sign the player for about 10 million euros from FC Porto but Twente receive a percentage of his sale fee.
Pablo Sarabia: Simone Cristao is reporting that Milan have initiated contacts as the player could miss out on playing time at PSG this season following the arrival of Lionel Messi this summer. Milan would be looking to take the player on loan but the operation would be costly regardless.
Junior Messias: Gianluca di Marzio is reporting that Milan could push to sign the player from Crotone as they are in Serie B now and the winger could be tempted with a move away. The demand from Crotone is 10 million euros but the Rossoneri would likely push for less given he is 30 years old and Crotone’s financial situation.