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Tuttosport report that Manolo Gabbiadini is very much liked by Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella.

The Rossoneri have two doubts: firstly, they’re not sure where the money for the January window, whether it’s the Chinese, Fininvest or selling players, with Bacca, Suso, Honda and Luiz Adriano first in line to be sent away to cash in.
The second is that the Diavolo has prioritized recruiting defenders, with Mateo Musacchio the favourite, as he was last summer. The second priority is a midfielder with Riccardo Montolivo set to be replaced by the signing, whether it’s Milan Badelj or Sebastian Rudy of Hoffenheim.
Then again, Coach Montella wants more options, more rotation in attack. Though it will be hard to get to Federico Bernardeschi and Keita Balde Diao - Milan’s present targets according to Montella and Alessandro Mirabelli - someone like Gabbiadini could be more reachable.
Juventus are also reported by the Turinese paper to have their eye on Franck Kessie’ again, and want to bring the Chelsea and Arsenal target to Turin in Winter, only to loan him back to Atalanta for the rest of the season. Their hope is to trump the two Premier League sides.
It looks like Juventus are willing to satisfy Max Allegri’s request for further midfield reinforcement.  Forced to play Hernanes again against Genoa, the Bianconeri manager has struggled to balance his team.
According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, the Bianconeri have three targets in this department: Corentin Tolisso, Moussa Sissoko and Stephen N’Zonzi.

With Tomas Rincon believed to lack the technical finesse for the position, Juve still need muscles for their centre midfield. Tolisso, who came close to signing with Napoli this summer, is a leading candidate, but is set to cost 30-35 million.
Beyond him, Moussa Sissoko is on the Old Lady’s radar, having been criticized of late by Coach Mauricio Pochettino despite being signed for £30m this summer.
According to Tuttosport, Juventus are set to make another offer for Belgian international Axel Witsel. Only thing is, it’s exactly the same one they made last time!
Knowing that the Belgian’s deal expires next summer, Giuseppe Marotta offered Zenit Saint Petersburg a measly 6 million for the 27-year-old. Though it looked like Witsel on board, it later transpired that the Russian Premier League side wasn’t going to let him go easily.
This despite Witsel saying that he would “move to Juventus either in January or June”.
Unbowed by this sudden stiff resistance, Marotta has returned to the table with exactly the same offer.
Either Zenit can take it, so the logic goes, or the Bianconeri can simply veer onto another target for the time being… and wait until June, when the Diable Rouge will presumably be available on a Bosman.
Inter, for their part, have offered Geoffrey Kondogbia to PSG in exchange for Grzegorz Krychowiak, the Gazzetta dello Sport claim. Beyond him, they have more ideas to reinforce their midfield, including Milan Badelj, Steven N’Zonzi, Lucas Biglia and Corentin Tolisso.
As much as Inter have been linked to a number of targets, today’s Corriere della Sera has, on the other hand, reminded everyone that Inter will need to respect Financial Fair Play, and that selling players won’t help, especially when it involves overvaluing them and passing them onto Jiangsu Suning.