One of the teams that is showing greater activity for the next summer transfer market is AC Milan. Those of Stefano Pioli, who are having a very good season, are aware that to return to being that European giant aspiring to absolutely everything they will have to increase the performance of their squad with new faces that contribute to the team in some of the most important positions on the field of game.
And one of the market objectives of the AC Milan has gone to fall into the Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal. A skinny dog is all fleas, or so they say, and in the Emirates Stadium lately they tend to find quite a few stuck in their coats.
Following the same dynamic
AC Milan has already accumulated several transfer markets following the same guidelines: the targets to be signed are young footballers who are beginning to emerge and who may soon be very valuable assets that continue to grow the club on and off the pitch.
The arrival of footballers like Bennacer, Theo Hernández, Sandra Tonali, Saelemaekers, Rafael Leao, Ante Rebic, Diogo Dalot or Jens-Petter Hauge responds to the same guideline from the sports management. Young talents of high quality and very good looking for the present and for the future.
Now, the last one to appear on AC Milan’s agenda was Folarin Balogun. The Nigerian attacker from Arsenal does not finish exploding and settling in the first team with the exacerbated competition that the Gunner team presents in their attack. Without a doubt, the rossoneros are a resounding success if it just happens.