AC Milan sent a scout to watch an AZ Alkmaar striker in action in the Europa League on Thursday night, according to a report.
The Rossoneri’s owners Elliott Management – as well as chief scout Geoffrey Moncada – have so far had the objective of uncovering young players with high potential and developing them in order to record capital gains on the balance sheet.
Last month, it was reported that AZ striker Myron Boadu had caught Milan’s eye, with the 18-year-old have netted 13 goals in 21 appearances across the Eredivisie and Europa League.
According to Calciomercato.com, Milan – along with Juventus and Roma – scouted Boadu during the Dutch side’s 5-0 win over Astana on Thursday night.
However, they also claim that the emissaries were also watching AZ’s playmaker Dani de Wit (21 year old, formerly of Ajax) and captain Teun Koopmeiners (also 21 with eight goals this season).
Finally, Oussama Idrissi – a 23-year-old striker with nine goals and six assists this season – will have also caught the eye.
Idrissi scored one while Boadu got two in a rout for Arne Slot’s side, who sit second in the Eredivisie table.