AC Milan have a reliable goalscoring threat in their lineup in Krzysztof Piątek, as the 24-year-old Poland international has been one of the top strikers in the Serie A over the past two seasons. However, he hasn’t been able to display the same scoring form he showed during the last term.
This has led to speculation to whether Milan should pursue another striker in the transfer window. The idea is not to replace Piątek, but to rather add someone that could cause him to work harder. Someone who could make him feel he might lose his starting role if he doesn’t score soon. Milan had that player last season in Patrick Cutrone, but they let him depart to join Wolverhampton.
With that in mind, Milan might return to the transfer market. And according to a report from the Liverpool Echo, the Rossoneri side are interested in a move to sign Everton forward Moise Kean. The crazier part in this scenario is that Kean joined The Toffees this summer in a €27.5m move from Juventus.
However, the Italy international hasn’t been able to adjust to life at Goodison Park and he is yet to score while registering just one assist in 10 appearances for the Premier League side. Could a change of scenery help him to re-discover his best form?