AC Milan face some strong competition to land teenage forward Mohamed-Ali Cho who they view as a talent for the future, a report claims.
As reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews) this morning, ‘half of Europe’ are admirers of Cho and the Rossoneri are keen on signing him but they face strong competition in Italy and abroad.
Inter and Juventus are also following him with particular attention and interest, and while Cho is already showing off his abilities in the top flight with Angers where he already has two goals, despite being just 17 years of age.
However, it is still too early to imagine him having an immediate future directly in the first team so he would therefore be a signing for the years to come. It shows Milan are still scouring the French market for young talent just as they have done in the past few windows with the likes of Rafael Leao, Mike Maignan and Pierre Kalulu arriving.