KEVIN Prince Boateng’s fixed position for the coming season suggest a new Trequartista.
It seems Milan’s plan for the next signing has a role already chosen. The next player that Milan will probably acquire would be a trequartista.
Boateng has been currently being use as the one behind the two strikers, but not for long. In an interview by Corriere dello Sport, Boateng spoke about Allegri’s plans for him for the coming season. “The role of the trequartista I prefer to play, I enjoyed it but not for long. Allegri has called me to tell me in the future I have to play in the midfield, either right or left.”
This has given to rise that Milan are also seeking a playmaker apart from acquiring Montolivo or Aquilani. The possible targets that have been linked to Milan previously, currently have major obstacles to be reached. Still the popular target is the Brazilian Ganso, but his high release clause has discouraged Milan from making a move.
The other possibility would be the return of the prodigal son, Kaka from Spain. But the high taxes and large salary keep Milan from trying for Kaka. There is a possibility he might take a cut in his salary since he will have a difficult time to play in Madrid with all the new acquisitions.
Other recently targets have been that of the Danish Christian Eriksen. Recently he turned down a big offer from Manchester City to stay with his current club Ajax. Milan might have some trouble convincing the young starlet. Rest assure the final weeks of the transfer market will be intense for Milan.