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Before his move to PSG, Kevin Gameiro was one of the most highly-rated strikers in French football. He'd scored 22 goals in 36 games for Lorient, picked up his first caps for the French national team and his confidence was sky high.
His move to PSG was supposed to be the move that catapulted him to the status of world-class striker, but it never worked out. Gameiro had his moments last season, and definitely started strong, but from November on the goals dried up and Gameiro began to struggle.
The coaching change didn't help, either. Carlo Ancelotti was far less patient than Antoine Koumbare, and by the end of February, he'd decided that he was done with Gameiro.
Guillaume Hoarau became the starter, and though he didn't fare much better, Gameiro became a regular substitute for PSG.
With Ibrahimovic now at PSG, Gameiro will never see the playing time needed for him to regain his confidence, at least not in the one-striker system Ancelotti used last season. That's why it'd be best to cut his losses and sell Gameiro to AC Milan now, rather than see his value depreciate further.
For AC Milan, Gameiro's got the whole package, or at least a lot of it. Yes, he's short, but he's scored a number of goals with his head in Ligue 1. Alongside someone who also scores with his head, like Pato, he certainly wouldn't be a bad partner.
I wouldn't take him over Berba or Dzeko if I were Milan, but if both are unavailable, Gameiro is not a bad third choice.