To start the new RedBird era, AC Milan made some controversial choices during the summer transfer window, but many of those decisions have worked out well for the team.


Milan has overtaken Juventus to take second place in Serie A after a sluggish start to the campaign. Although they won’t be able to overtake Inter Milan for the Scudetto this year, they have a good chance of doing so in 2024–2025 if they adopt the correct market strategy.


The Rossoneri’s top priority will be to sign a new defense to go with Mike Maignan, Theo Hernandez, and Fikayo Tomori, but they also have to worry about the striker issue.


fresh inclusions Former Serie A MVP Rafael Leao’s right wing is all but secured by Samuel Chukwueze and Christian Pulisic, while Olivier Giroud has established himself as one of Europe’s top all-around forwards with over 20 goal contributions.


Yet Giroud, who will turn 38 this summer, might head to the Major League Soccer. Luka Jovic, who was signed in the summer, is his backup and is a strong contender to depart Milan at the end of the year.


If AC Milan needs to replace Giroud and Jovic this summer, these three established stars can jump in and start games at a high enough level.


Unexpectedly, Jonathan David chose to remain in Lille during the summer and did not attract nearly as much transfer interest as anticipated, even though he had a real breakout season in 2022–2023 and demonstrated all-around play that was far above that of his patchy 2021–2022 campaign.










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