Tuttosport claims that Italian giants AC Milan will let several attackers leave in the summer transfer window.
The Rossoneri have failed to live up to the billing this season and the latest reports suggest that coach Sinisa Mihajlovic will be sacked at the end of the campaign, with Sassuolo’s Eusebio Di Francesco his most likely replacement.
At the same time, AC Milan plan to offload quite a few first team footballers, and attack is expected to undergo the biggest changes.
After enjoying a great debut season, Carlos Bacca is the only forward highly unlikely to leave, but it is anyone’s guess who will be his strike partner next term.
Jeremy Menez and M’Baye Niang have both shown a great deal of potential before their progress was halted through injury, but it is believed the Rossoneri would sell if the price is right.
Meanwhile, Mario Balotelli and Luiz Adriano are certain to leave, whereas attacking midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng will be let go when his contract comes to an end in June.