AC Milan is looking to further add weapons to their offensive arsenal as they are now targeting Paris Saint-Germain’s Ezequiel Lavezzi and Lucas Moura.
According to Corriere dello Sport, new coach Filippo Inzaghi is interested in adding to the attack and Lucas Moura is one option.
PSG’s valuation of Lucas is apparently €20 million which could prove to be a problem for the Serie A giants who have been very frugal thus far in the transfer market.
The 21-year-old Brazilian could instead could head to the San Siro on a possible loan deal. Corriere dello Sport also says that the young winger is currently not first-choice under PSG’s coach, Laurent Blanc. Lucas’ contract at PSG is until 2017.
The other option according to Il Giorno is former Napoli player, Lavezzi. The reports have it that Inzaghi is keen on bringing the 29-year-old winger into the fold.
Lavezzi has been previously linked with a move to the San Siro. The Argentine winger’s wages could become a problem for Milan. Lavezzi’s wage bill at PSG is reportedly €4.5 million, which is well above what Milan said the wage limit would be for any incoming player in the future.
Lucas appeared in 40 matches last season for Les Parisiens and scored three goals. Lucas also had 11 assists in Ligue 1 play, which landed him in second place amongst all players in France’s top league. He only finished one behind Monaco’s James Rodriguez.
Lavezzi appeared in 48 matches where he tallied 12 goals and ten assists.