AC Milan must resolve the future of Jens Petter Hauge with several interested clubs gathered, according to a report.
Calciomercato.com writes how the Norwegian winger is now enjoying his holidays in his home country with friends and relatives, but the his future is one of the hot topics for the Rossoneri. There are two clubs that are trying most for the 21-year-old: Torino in Italy and Wolfsburg in Germany.
The former are testing the waters as requested by their new head coach Ivan Juric, who likes the qualities of the former Bodo/Glimt star more. The player would prefer an experience outside of Italy more and for this reason the Bundesliga side are favourites.
Meanwhile, Milan have also changed their position as they will not loan Hauge out but will only sell in a permanent deal. A temporary solution is not welcome as the club would prefer to keep him at Pioli’s disposal. With a ‘definitive offer’ of around €15m, he could leave.