AC Milan are interested in signing teenage midfielder Pierre Dwomoh from KRC Genk having monitored him for some time, a report claims.
Milan’s management have shown a willingness to invest in young talents for the future as seen through a number of purchases they have made from abroad to bolster the youth sector, like Emil Roback, Lukas Björklund and Wilgot Marshage who were brought in from Sweden to start their professional careers in Italy.
According to what journalist Sacha Tavolieri has told Calciomercato.it, Milan are interested in signing 17-year-old midfielder Pierre Dwomoh from Genk, a player who is very highly rated by the Belgian side.
Milan have been watching him for months and ‘are gathering information’, he claims, and Dwomoh has a technical level above the others, but not as much mentally. Tavolieri adds that a move to Italy could help him mature and gain a better tactical understanding, while the teenager has already made his first team debut.