AC Milan are targeting a pair of strikers worth a combined £144million, while Juventus have joined Liverpool in the race for a Bundesliga full-back, according to Friday’s European papers.
AUBAMEYANG LINKED WITH SHOCK EXIT
AC Milan are reportedly set to offer Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang a way out of the club, despite the fact he only joined in January.
According to Italian outlet Il Corriere dello Sport, the Rossoneri are looking to bolster their forward department in the summer, and have two strikers in mind.
The paper claims that Andrea Belotti and Aubameyang are on the club’s radar, with the latter having moved on deadline day to the Emirates Stadium for a reported fee of £56million.
The Gabon international has apparently not settled in well in North London, and after flirting with a return to the Serie A giants in the summer, Milan will make their advance again.
Aubameyang is not the only Arsenal man eyed by Milan, who are also looking at the possibility of signing midfielder Jack Wilshere on a free contract.
Belotti, meanwhile, is expected to be available in a cut-price deal this summer after a disappointing follow-up season after his breakout last campaign.
The Torino star has a release clause set at €100million for clubs outside Serie A.
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AND THE REST
Juventus have set their sights on Liverpool and Bayern Munich target Hector (Tuttosport)
Valencia’s José Gaya and Manchester United’s Matteo Darmian are on Juve’s summer shopping list (Tuttosport)
A string of secret meetings between Florentino Perez and Neymar’s agent have seen the Brazilian move closer to a switch to Real Madrid (Don Balon)
Italy have turned their attention to former Azzurri coach Antonio Conte to spearhead their Euro 2020 bid, and he could team up with legend Andrea Pirlo (Gazzetta dello Sport)