Pippo Inzaghi’s priority for Milan in the transfer window is apparently to sign at least one from Alessio Cerci and Juan Manuel Iturbe.
The 40-year-old former striker is all but confirmed as the Rossoneri’s new Coach and is believed to have already signalled his priorities for the club to target in the transfer window.
Understood to be favouring a formation switch to a 4-3-3, Inzaghi is believed to be after attacking wingers and has picked out Torino’s Cerci and Verona’s Iturbe as his first choices.
Due to the expected high price that will be placed on both, the Diavolo are reported by the Corriere dello Sport as likely to only make a move for one, unless funds can be raised through the increasingly suggested sale of Mario Balotelli.
Reports in Britain are echoing earlier suggestions this week from Italy that clubs in the Premier League are interested in Balotelli, particularly Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea.