Despite being contracted to the Rossoneri’s direct rival, the striker has been endorsed as a perfect transfer alternative.
AC Milan should signal Mauro Icardi from rivals Inter to carry their assault to a high degree, based on Marco Simone.
Antonio Conte dismissed Icardi out of his aims upon taking over Inter before this 2019-20 season, rather earning Romelu Lukaku to associate Lautaro Martinez.
Simone considers AC Milan are too fast to judge their strikers but believes Cavani or former Inter captain Icardi could offer the answer to an issue which is going to be increased if Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s contract isn’t extended past the end of the season.
The Rossoneri sat seventh in Serie A using the fewest goals scored at the upper half once the year was suspended on account of this coronavirus pandemic.
He’s talented and full of strength.
In case Ibra leaves, Milan will be brief a striker. I believe [Napoli’s Arkadiusz] Milik would perform nicely, but I’d attempt to attract Cavani and Icardi into Milan.
“Mauro is a terrific signing and also a perfect situation.”
AC Milan sacked principal soccer officer Zvonimir Boban afterward he openly spoke out from CEO Ivan Gazidis within a strategy for former RB Leipzig boss Ralf Rangnick.
“It is a massive reduction,” Simone said. “It had been too shallow and insignificant to fire him for a contentious interview. I believe they used it as a justification, it was planned.
“When you select two personalities such as Boban and Maldini, you understand at the start of the burden they’ve got.
“They understand how Milan are handled. Individuals who picked them needed to continue together collectively. They had been the first two major pieces in beginning again.
“I’ve some doubts that this sort of figure [Rangnick as manager and director ] can operate in Italy. And his function in practice would remove that of Maldini. The club has to explain the managerial arrangement.
“If Gazidis plans to have it as it’s overseas, then the connection with Paolo ought to be completed and possibly Rangnick could get the job done.”