AC Milan are still keeping a close eye on Monza midfielder Andrea Colpani, but their interest in the former Atalanta youngster has slowed down slightly compared to recent weeks.
As reported by Calciomercato.com, there has been an incredible amount of interest in Monza’s Colpani due to his superb form for the Brianzoli this season.
He has scored four goals in the first nine Serie A games of the season, helping Raffaelle Palladino’s side to a great start and the potential of a top-half finish.
Inter, Juventus and AS Roma are now viewed as the three teams that are most seriously watching Colpani, with Milan’s interest slightly cooler than their rivals.
Monza will likely be able to record a big capital gain if they sell Colpani, with Adriano Galliani wanting to ensure that he fetches a fee higher than the €27m that Inter will pay for Davide Frattesi from Sassuolo at the end of his loan.