Sassuolo’s Stefano Sensi has been rumoured to be a target of Milan for a while now, and recent reports suggest that the Rossoneri are stepping up.
Calciomercato.com claims that Milan scouts will take a closer look at how Sensi performs with the National team for the upcoming fixtures.
Not only Milan, but also all of the top Italian clubs are following the midfielder. Should the Rossoneri decide they want to make a deal happen, they will face competition from Juventus, Inter and Napoli.
The Italian has done well this season for the not so well-performing Sassuolo, showing his potential with the National team as well.
Sensi is second in Serie A when it comes to passing accuracy, and only Miralem Pjanic has a higher percentage than him. He is relatively quick and agile and could replace the ageing Lucas Biglia if Milan manage to sign him.