© foto di Imago/Image Sport
While tracking some medium-high rate profiles, such as Lorenzo Insigne (Napoli) and Keita Balde Diao (Lazio), AC Milan, looking forward to the forthcoming cash injection from new Chinese holding group, are also aiming to sign a groundbreaking frontline player. While having targeted Everton's Romelu Lukaku, as we reported in the weekend, Rossoneri, according to Italian sources, want to bring Gabonese international forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (27) back, after his unfortunate pro first steps experience, which had him leave AC Milan, after having spent 2007/08 in their system as a development area player, as much as three times, between 2008 and 2011, and never debuting in first-team football for Rossoneri themselves. Leaving Borussia Dortmund basically for sure, following four brilliant seasons spent playing for German club, Aubameyang will be probably traded on an about 80 million euros fee. Refusing to join Chinese Super League, so far at least, the player is tracked by most European top clubs: Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid, Arsenal, Chelsea, and Manchester City. Italian club, however, are keeping their hopes high on that.