Myron Boadu is one of the brightest talents of European football at the moment and his fantastic season with AZ Alkmaar has caught the attention of various clubs across the continent, including AC Milan, who have the player on their list of potential targets for the attack.
However, the Dutch phenomenon could end up staying in his homeland, despite the interest of the Rossoneri as well as Manchester United, as reported by the Manchester Evening News.
This was confirmed by the attacker himself, who spoke to the microphones of AD.nl (via milannews.it) and spoke about how the Coronavirus crisis could affect his future.
“The chances that I remain have grown due to the Coronavirus crisis,” he said.
“I always said I wanted to win a trophy at AZ and this didn’t happen because of these circumstances. I think it’s possible to win here, that’s why we have to stick together. If someone’s leaves, the moment may be lost,” the Dutch international added.
With 20 goals in 39 matches first full season among professionals, Boadu was viewed by many as the ideal prototype of player for the project of the likely new Milan manager Ralf Rangnick, who is well-known for his focus on young talents.
However, now it seems that after Arkadiusz Milik, as Tuttosport reported this morning, yet another attacking target has been excluded for the future Milan.