AC Milan are readying a second bid for young Aalborg striker Oliver Ross having seen a first offer rejected, according to a report.
According to the latest from Daniele Longo of Calciomercato.com on Twitter, Milan submitted an offer for the 17-year-old forward that was not accepted by the Danish side, however a new bid is being readied.
Ross has made four appearances in the Superligaen so far this season for a total of 99 minutes, showing how much faith Aalborg have in him. Details regarding the amount of the first offer and the imminent second one were not disclosed.
The news regarding Milan’s interest has already spread to Denmark as TV3 Sport asked the player about the links with a move to Milan, with the teenager admitting that he is flattered to learn that the Rossoneri are following his progress.
“It is good to be mentioned in relation to a club the size of Milan. It is a world famous club, so I naturally take it as a pat on the back. This is not the first time there is a foreign interest in me, but this was probably a little more important than what I have heard about before,” he said (via Calciomercato.com).
“Right now, however, I am in Aalborg so there is nothing more I want right now than winning games here. I just extended my contract and I love being here at the club, but it is clear that I will have to face a change if at some point I get a unique offer.”