Milan are making moves on the market and it won’t stop with the two signings they have already made. The latest player to be linked with the club is Mohamed Daramy, a 19-year-old winger.
Danish outlet BT reported earlier this evening that the Rossoneri are leading the race for Daramy, who scored five goals in 28 appearances this past season. Now, confirmations have arrived from Italy and more specifically Calciomercato.com.
Copenhagen, who own the player, are asking for €10m to go through with a sale and Paolo Maldini is working on the deal. However, there are several other clubs (such as Leipzig and Sevilla) in the race and this will make it tough.
The goal is to bring in Daramy in a low-cost operation, ready to offer about €6m as things stand. The winger captured the interest of the Milan scouts during the U21 Euros, in which Denmark made it to the quarter-finals.