CM: Rangnick sets sights on Bundesliga – all the players observed for his new Milan

By Nikita Fesyukov -

Despite the fact that there is still a season to finish for AC Milan, the club is already in full preparation for the upcoming campaign to have everything ready for the arrival of Ralf Rangnick at the San Siro.

As reported by Calciomercato.com‘s Daniele Longo, Geoffrey Moncada, with his network of observers, is very active following profiles that may be suitable for Rangnick’s football ideas.

The Leipzig executive has always had a great flair for young talents and has never overspent for them. The scouting team is focusing particularly on France, as evident from the arrival of Pierre Kalulu, as well as Germany, with Rangnick’s sights set precisely on the Bundesliga in view of the season finale.

The first player on Rangnick’s list is Robin Koch, who has recently established himself as one of the best defenders in the Bundesliga and can leave Freiburg for 15 million euros as his contract with the club expires in 2021.

Another name is Evan N’Dicka, Eintracht Frankfurt’s defender. He can play both in a three-man and four-man defence and also as a left-back. Flexibility is one of his strengths and the asking price for the tall defender is 20 million euros.

A quality addition to the Rossoneri midfield department could be Nadiem Amiri, Bayer Leverkusen’s midfielder. He shares the same agent as Hakan Calhanoglu and performed very well at the last U21 European championship. His teammate Paulinho is also on the radar: a Brazilian winger who will turn 20 in July, whom Rangnick wanted to sign for Leipzig already last summer and could try again.

The last name on the list is that of Melayro Bogarde, the nephew of ex-Milan player Winston Bogarde. He made his debut for Hoffenheim two days after turning 18 against Mainz last season which made him the youngest ever Dutch player to debut in the Bundesliga.

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2 Comments

  1. TheZenMaster says:

    What about Serie A players?

  2. Perttu Junnonaho says:

    Sign them all!

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