I think I can get away with a few targets in the first half of the season.
I could be wrong.
The midfield is too weak and the forwards aren’t up to the task of scoring, so it’s important to focus on creating chances.
For me, I’ll probably target Juventus’ Giuseppe Rossi, who has scored 11 goals in 25 games.
He’s been a consistent scorer in Serie A for the past few years, and has been on the top of my list for a long time.
Milan’s Luca Toni has scored 16 goals in 34 games and is another player who will be able to provide me with a reliable goal threat.
However, the rest of the midfield isn’t going to be as productive.
Marc Bartra and Sergio Aguero are both not in the starting XI and the rest have been struggling to find form.
Alvaro Morata hasn’t scored in a game in almost two months, and is struggling to get a run in the side.
There is no one player in Serie D who will bring the quality I’m looking for, and the midfield is not up to snuff.
So who do I look at for a starting XI?
Milana Antetokounmpo, in my mind, is the most suitable candidate.
At just 23, he is on pace to become the youngest player in European football.
His speed and athleticism are impressive, and his passing and running are second to none.
If you look at his stats, he has only scored once in 14 appearances, and he’s also not the best finisher.
But he’s a quality player who is going to score.
Antetokoumpo has scored four goals and assisted on two in 15 appearances this season.
That’s plenty of goals, and with the way his team has been playing this season, Antetopo should be able do it again.
As a midfielder, I’d love to see Gianluigi Donnarumma, who is out injured, in the XI.
Donnarummma has been a constant contributor for Milan this season and I expect him to keep scoring and assist in Serie E. Even if Donnaramma isn’t the starting option, he can still make an impact, and could be a good signing in the transfer window.
José Dominguez has been another consistent performer for Milan.
It’s been very tough to score in Serie B this season with two different strikers and a couple of defenders, but Domingz has been one of the best in the league in terms of his ability to score goals.
Another good signing, as I mentioned, is Gonzalo Higuain, who could be used in midfield or as a striker.
Higuain scored 15 goals in 29 appearances for Lazio this season and was a constant threat in the attack.
Although his passing isn’t up there with the best, he’s shown flashes of brilliance in front of goal.
Dominguez could also be a nice addition to the midfield, and should be a quality option for me.
What’s the best signing I could potentially make this summer?
If I’m going to start buying, I should probably look to get in a good deal for a midfielder.
Giampiero Ventura has been solid for Inter, and will certainly be a big asset for me in the summer.
Venetia has scored eight goals and assists in 30 appearances this year and has an eye-catching goal-scoring record.
And for a player who hasn’t played a minute in Serie C, he could be the perfect signing for me, because he has a goal scoring record and a good temperament.
On the other hand, the Milan transfer window could be in full swing soon, and I might have to look elsewhere for my attacking talent.
In that case, it’s time to look at some other options.
A lot of top-class players are available at this point in time.