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AC Milan, How Higuain drama could help Rossoneri sign Piatek
14/01/2019, 16:40
AC Milan and Gonzalo Higuain are destined to separate their paths. The Rossoneri, therefore, must evaluate an alternative to the Argentine striker.
According to Sportmediaset, the main names are always Alvaro Morata and Krysztof Piatek. Both of them are young players, so an ideal profile for Gazidis and the Elliott fund.
The age of the players would in fact, according to English rumors, cause some market clutches between the former manager of the Gunners and Leonardo. AC Milan are not the only club interested in the Polish striker arrived to Genoa from Krakow, there are also Napoli and Inter.
However, the Rossoneri could offer Piatek the chance to play with continuity and a certain place in Gattuso’s starting XI. It seems like AC Milan could be the next step of Piatek’s career.
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