According to a report from Italian outlet, Il Gazzetta Dello Sport, AC Milan are ready to listen to offers from Manchester United regarding the sale of Krzysztof Piatek.
The Italian giants are ready to clear out some players in the coming January winter transfer window following their €146 million annual loss. The club is willing to let two key players go in order to relieve their financial crisis in January.
The reports, via Team Talk, further claim that Milan is also willing to listen to Wolverhampton Wanderers offers for Franck Kessie, Suso and their prolific goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma this coming winter, and two of them is highly expected to be sold once the transfer window burst open.
Poland international, Piatek, has been stated to be most disposable of the four players likely to be sold in January. He will be available in the market for a fee reported to be €40m, in which English club, United, will be more than willing to pay up.
The same report also claimed that Milan has agreed to terms with Juventus for the potential signing of Mario Mandzukic, who has been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford, in January.
Mandzukic will serve as a replacement for Piatek at the San Siro and also for half the price the Polish will be sold for. However, Piatek is also wanted by Spanish giants Barcelona, who see him as a long term replacement for Luis Suarez.
But Italian sources seems to have backed the Old Trafford outfit as the most likely destination for the Poland striker. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who wants to improve his club strength in attack, will be very much pleased to add Piatek to his team.