AC Milan’s strategy for the upcoming January transfer window is very clear. The Rossoneri will not go on a spending spree similarly to the one they undertook this past summer but will instead be much more cautios and look to make more modest investments.
9sport can reveal that Milan directors Mirabelli and Fassone have identified three players they are interested in this January starting with Udinese’s Seko Fofana. The player is evaluated at €16-17 million whilst his team mate Jakob Jankto who the Rossoneri have also expressed an interest in is almost twice as expensive being valued at €25-30 million. These elevated price tags make the duo less likely to join Milan this January as both players are being tracked by several Premier League clubs and the Rossoneri refuse to engage in a bidding war.
Mirabelli is a big fan of former Nerazzurri player Alfred Duncan who came up through the ranks at Inter’s Primavera but has since joined Sassuolo where he has been very good although his continuos physical problems have prevented himf rom playing regularly. Duncan is evaluated at around €13-14 million which is also a bit too steep however as January approaches the Rossoneri can pull out a rabbit out of the hat and surprise evryone if an opportunity were to present itself.