AC Milan and Parma are both interested in signing Inter Miami midfielder Rodolfo Pizarro in the summer, according to a report.
Even though it appears the Rossoneri are in turmoil off the pitch after the recent comments and potential subsequent sacking of Zvonimir Boban, there are still plans being put in place for next season which looks increasingly likely to be under Ralf Rangnick’s leadership.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews), Milan – along with Serie A rivals Parma – are interested in signing Pizarro from new MLS franchise Inter Miami.
The Mexico international only joined David Beckham’s side last month but he did so in controversial circumstances. The 26-year-old left Monterrey for Miami following a dispute between the clubs regarding his release clause. He even played a preseason game for Inter Miami despite not officially being announced as a signing for the club, but his move was made official on February 17.
At Monterrey, Pizarro racked up nine goals and six assists in 64 appearances, and can play as either an attacking midfielder or in a deeper role.