A report has stated that Bremer of Turin is the man Milan seem to have chosen as the best possible defense booster.
Manuel Biocini told Sky (via MilanNews) that Milan are looking for a player who can cover Kjaer’s absence and there are two ideas in mind. On is to focus on an experienced player who already knows Serie A well – which is why Bremer is so impressed – or the prospect of a youngster who can play alongside those already at the club.
The idea behind the latter is that they will arrive and grow without the responsibility of having to replace Kjaer right away. Milan considers Tomori and Romagnoli to be the central defense now, and the alternatives at the moment are Gabbia and Kalolo, who is considered above all a central defender and not just a right-back.
If a player arrives in January, it seems clear that it will either be an investment in a young player or a loan to a player who already knows the league, otherwise the team will remain the same.
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