Milan are preparing to bid farewell to a number of first-team players in the summer transfer window as the team looks to rebuild their attacking unit, and former Liverpool striker Divock Origi is set to be among those departing San Siro at the end of the season.
As reported on page five of Il Corriere dello Sport on Saturday, the Belgian international has attracted the attention of a number of teams in Turkey, specifically Galatasaray and Besiktas, who have both reportedly called Milan to enquire about Origi’s service in recent days.
The player, however, would prefer a return to England to play in the Premier League and does have interest from David Moyes’ West Ham according to recent reports.
Elsewhere, Milan are also set to part ways with Ante Rebic, who hasn’t contributed significantly over the course of the 2022-23 season.
The club are also preparing to hold talks with Zlatan Ibrahimovic over his future, given that he is now 41 years of age and has endured a tough season plagued by injury setbacks.
The Rossoneri are certainly on the hunt for a new striker when the market opens in the summer, with Marcus Thuram and Daichi Kamada among the list of potential replacements according to Il Corriere.