Krzysztof Piatek still is Milan's number one target should Gonzalo Higuain leave and go to Chelsea. Genoa's general director Perinetti confirmed today that the Rossoblù could agree to an hypothetical transfer: "We're waiting for offers for Piatek: for the moment, no official offers have arrived, there only are interested teams. Milan know that we'd like to keep the player until June, but we'll evaluate the offers. We don't want to sell him in January but a substantial offer could make us change our mind. Milan are interested, but they have to play the Supercoppa first. We won't be able to wait for the last day of the transfer window".
The Polish striker is worth at least €40 million, a figure they could get closer to reaching with Higuain’s departure.. If Milan would go after Piatek, as Perinetti said, the Rossoneri would have to deal with the short window and meet Genoa’s demands. An alternative to Piatek could still be Alvaro Morata: the hypothesis of a loan swap between Milan and Chelsea with Higuain is still alive, but Atlético Madrid and Sevilla are interested in the Spaniard too.