Milan have been slightly tied to Christopher Nkunku in recent days. The potential takeover by Investcorp will likely give them a larger transfer market budget. That Rossoneri will be looking to bring in a top striker as they had some trouble scoring on track.
On the other hand, RB Leipzig told Oliver Mintzlaff ARD and Sky Germany (via sports show) that the attacker will not leave in the summer: “I’ve said it multiple times. No one is untouchable, but they will also be with us in the past season. He was one of our best players in the first half of the season and took another step in his development under Domenico Tedesco. He will do the same in 2022-2023.”
It remains to be seen whether this will actually come true. Nkunku will attract many rich offers and Milan would have to face several money-hungry enemies if they pursued him. The 24-year-old has had an exceptional season, registering 30 goals and 20 assists in 45 games.
That Rossoneri plan to step up the role and have expressed interest in Gianluca Scamacca and Sebastian Haller. Inter are also following the duo. Alongside Nkunku, Milan have been linked in another sensational swoop as potential new owners have their sights set on Romelu Lukaku. Goal reports. The Belgium star is unhappy at Chelsea and could drop out in the summer. However, it would require a massive investment to acquire it. In addition, he often showed his solidarity with their crosstown rivals.