?Italian giants AC Milan are looking to cap their sensational summer spending spree with the signing of a world class forward, and are targeting Chelsea misfit Diego Costa or Borussia Dortmund hitman Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to spearhead their new look side.
This is according to ?The Sun, who report that sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli has stated his desire to see a truly world class striker arrive at the San Siro this summer, and also has his eye on a move for Fiorentina’s Nikola Kalinic should a move for one of the aforementioned pair fail to materialise.
??Milan are looking to add to their colossal ten signings already made this summer, and having spent close to €200m on the likes of Leonardo Bonucci, Ricardo Rodriguez, Frank Kessie and Andre Silva to name a few, Mirabelli would like to put the icing on the cake with a big name forward as Milan look to get back into the big time.
He said: “Aubameyang would be fate: he was the first player I went to see live, my first [scouting] trip was for him.
“A new striker? We’re working on it and we can’t mess it up: Kalinic and Diego Costa are also on our list. Guarantees? Are [people] aware of what’s been said? If you sign Bonucci and Biglia, you know what you’re doing.
“The turning point of the summer was Donnarumma [signing a new contract], a conquest on which to build everything else.”
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Milan are certainly determined to spend their way back to the top, but the majority of us would not be adverse to seeing the Serie A giants back amongst Europe’s elite where they belong.