Andrej Kramaric’s agent has confirmed Milan’s interest in the Hoffenheim forward and that Zvonimir Boban ‘can certainly be an advantage’.
Kramaric was one of the most prolific players in European football last season, scoring 22 goals for a Hoffenheim side who finished midtable but competed in the Champions League.
However, Vincenzo Cavaliere admits the 27-year-old could be on his way out of the club this summer, with Milan on his list of suitors.
“Kramaric interests Milan but also half of Europe, seeing as he’s one of the most prolific forwards in Europe,” Cavaliere told Milan News.
“In Germany he’s among those who have scored the most goals in the last two seasons, even if he doesn’t play for Bayern Munich or Borussia Dortmund.
“All the teams looking for forwards are obviously interested in him.”
The Rossoneri recently brought Boban - the Croat’s compatriot - on to their board...
“Boban can certainly be an advantage. He follows the Croatian national team a lot, where Kramaric plays with great continuity. His goals have always been decisive.
“Thanks to his goals, Croatia went to the World Cup. Last year, he took Hoffenheim directly into the Champions League with a brace in their final match against Borussia Dortmund.
“He scores lots of goals and provides many important assists. That he’s being followed by many big clubs is normal.
“It’s difficult to say how much Hoffenheim want for him, but I believe around 30-40m. He’s very happy at Hoffenheim, he feels very good with them and he’s treated like a great player.
“The Coach has changed and they have an important project so he’s in no hurry to leave, but it’s clear that if an important offer were to arrive, he’d evaluate it, although he’d also evaluate the project and the style of play on offer.
“Kramaric isn’t a centre-forward but rather a second striker. In a Giampaolo team he could therefore play three roles, as one of the two strikers or in behind.”