Here is some promising AC Milan news…
Christian Pulisic, the Chelsea attacking midfielder, is said to be willing to accept a January transfer to AC Milan.
The USA international has been a bit of a letdown for the majority of his time at Stamford Bridge, after previously looking like an exceptional young prospect during his time at former club Borussia Dortmund.
Pulisic appears to be on the verge of leaving as he seeks to resurrect his career, with Gazzetta dello Sport reporting that he’d gladly move to Milan if an offer came in.
Chelsea, one would suppose, would be keen to conducting business as well, as they could need some help with their faltering attack this winter.
Chelsea are expected to be in the market for wide players in January, according to Fabrizio Romano, thus Pulisic will almost certainly be offloaded to make room in Graham Potter’s squad.
Even though Pulisic hasn’t been at his best in his time in west London, he’ll still have a few clubs in Europe that value him.
It’s possible that the 24-year-old may still have a wonderful career at a club like Milan FC, where he’d be able to play more consistently and with more freedom due to the slightly slower pace of the game in Serie A.
AC Milan to loan out two players?
The AC Milan roster is being evaluated ahead of the January transfer window, with two players apparently set to leave on loan.
According to Calciomercato.com, some players in the squad have not received much playing time so far this season and are unlikely to do so between now and the winter market, which is why alternative options are being examined.
Matteo Gabbia could be allowed to depart on loan after only 7 minutes of action, with Simon Kjaer, Fikayo Tomori, Pierre Kalulu, and possibly Malick Thiaw ahead of him in the pecking order.
Sampdoria were on the verge of completing a loan deal for him in the summer and could come back in for him.
Marko Lazetic is also a subject of thought.
The Serbian striker is now with the Primavera team but has yet to play for the first team this season, which is why a loan could be explored after Milan has received numerous expressions of interest in recent weeks.
However, given that he turned down multiple offers last summer, the player must be persuaded.