The Bianconeri’s top management is already considering moves for the summer transfer market after an underwhelming and disappointing season. Paul Pogba will undoubtedly be the first signing of the summer, but other midfield targets should not be ruled out, especially if they manage to place redundancies like Arthur and, above all, Ramsey throughout the summer.
We are looking for young and promising profiles not only in Italy but also abroad, and a new indiscretion has emerged from France: according to L’Equipe, the bianconeri have set their sights on Kouadio ‘Manu’ Koné of Borussia Monchengladbach, as a first contact and challenge to the big Europeans, considering that Atletico Madrid and Manchester United also took the first steps for the class of 2001.
Italy has already been ‘touched’ between 2020 and 2021, thus Koné’s is not a new name. It was a Toulouse player at the time, and AC Milan had made contact, but Manu selected Gladbach, who injected 7 million Euro into the French club’s coffers in January 2021, leaving him on loan until the conclusion of the season. With 27 games and two goals in his debut season in the Bundesliga, he has piqued the curiosity of the great European clubs. Juve, too, is interested in his profile.