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Geoffrey Moncada confirms that AC Milan have reached an agreement to recruit Filippo Terracciano from Hellas Verona, but reveals that the Rossoneri won’t be getting a center-forward in January.
The Rossoneri’s chief scout is one of those responsible for transfers and has confirmed that the Rossoneri have reached an agreement with Hellas Verona to recruit 20-year-old full-back Terracciano. “We’ve been following him for two years, he’s a happy defensive player. He can play on the left, the right and even as a central midfielder. He has played in many games, he has good physical condition, so we are happy,” said Moncada. However, the Rossoneri will not be discussing a new striker this month, which means they will no longer be pursuing Stuttgart striker Serhou Guirassy, who has been linked with a move to Manchester United. Nevertheless, the Rossoneri will attempt to find a new central defender during the winter mercato, despite the return of Matteo Gabbia from his loan spell at Villarreal.