Another report has emerged reiterating Milan’s strong interest in signing talented young forward Noa Lang from Club Brugge.
Calciomercato.com writes that the Milan management have made the first moves to understand there is the possibility of signing him through a cognitive meeting between Paolo Maldini, Ricky Massara and his entourage.
The Dutchman midfielder of Surinamese origins used to ply his trade at Ajax before deciding to try a fresh start in Club Brugge and it proved to be an excellent decision, given he has racked up 50 games scoring 21 goals and adding 15 assists.
The report adds that Lang did not actually want to go to Brugge at first as he considered it a step back in his career, marking the failure of his adventure with Ajax, the club of his heart. He was sold by their director Marc Overmars for €6m, but he has taken multiple steps forward after a step backward.
Milan are leading the race to land the 22-year-old, who amassed 23 goal contributions in the league alone last season, and now the player is ready for the next step.
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