Ivan Strinić has caught the attention of a few teams as the transfer market is reaching its final stages.
Milan have only sold Patrick Cutrone this summer (and released 5 players who ran out of contract) and so it’s clear that there will be more exits from now until the end of the market on September 2.
The Rossoneri have four left-backs in the squad and while it’s basically confirmed that Diego Laxalt will leave as his agent is looking for a new ‘great team’, it’s also possible that Ivan Strinić could go.
The Croatian joined the club on a Bosman transfer last summer but didn’t play a single minute due to a heart condition. He however has been getting back into shape and he has been involved in this pre-season under Marco Giampaolo and played both as a left-back and a center back.
According to a report from Sky Italia, Strinić, together with Simone Padoin and Arkadiusz Reca, is a player that SPAL are thinking of signing, while Nice are also interested in the 32-year-old.