It appears like Daichi Kamada will be left waiting for a move to AC Milan which will never happen since the club is unwilling to seal the transaction.
According to Sky, Milan’s current priorities include repairing the midfield after Sandro Tonali’s departure and bolstering the right flank position, although they only have one non-EU spot available.
The number one target at the moment is Villarreal’s Samuel Chukwueze, and if he arrives, both of the non-EU signings will be used up, as that is the limit Serie A teams are permitted in the same window.
It means that Kamada’s deal is effectively ruled out, but another issue has emerged. The former Eintracht Frankfurt playmaker is no longer a priority because Chukwueze is deemed more tactically appropriate.
According to the Sky report, the Nigerian winger appears to be a better fit for the configuration Stefano Pioli would deploy, possibly implying he will go to a 4-3-3 without a playmaker and with a stronger emphasis on the wide areas.