An intermediary for Warren Bondo has seemingly confirmed that AC Milan will negotiate with AS Nancy-Lorraine over midfielder Warren Bondo.
The Rossoneri have shown a willingness to invest in talents not just for immediate insertion into the first team, but also those who could be ready in the not too distant future. Given that the Primavera will play in the UEFA Youth League next season, a strengthening of the academy is deemed important as they will now have a better stage to grow and develop.
Calciomercato.com recently reported that Milan are serious about signing Bondo, a midfielder born in 2003 who is considered one of the brightest talents in the French second division. They met with his entourage at Casa Milan and made it clear that they want to sign the player permanently on a multi-year deal.
Fabrizio Ferrari – a FIFA agent – spoke to Sky about Bondo, an operation that he is involved in, with his comments relayed by Calciomercato.com.
“He is a very strong boy, with a rather bright future, may be one of the most important talents in French football. He can play both in two-man or three-man midfield, he can play both as a central midfielder and a mezzala,” he said.
“He could stay in the first team, but he must gain experience and adapt to the Italian league. It is not that Nancy are very happy to sell the player, but his deal is due to expire in June 2022 so let’s say that it is possible to negotiate.”