Amine Adli has asked for some time to reflected as he currently has a lot of interested teams chasing him, according to one journalist.
In recent weeks there has been a lot of talk about very concrete interest from Milan for the 21-year-old, who scored 8 league goals last season and was crowned Ligue 2 Player of the Year in a campaign which saw Toulouse miss out on a return to the top flight.
Jean-Baptiste Jammes of LesViolets.com spoke exclusively to PianetaMilan about the future of the promising French forward and he began by revealing that the Rossoneri are perhaps not as advanced in talks as some Italian media are saying given the sheer amount of teams who want Adli.
“Milan are interested in Amine Adli. But does the player want to go? According to our information and what is said here in France, Adli is still allowing himself a few days of reflection as he is courted all over Europe,” he said.
“He still has one year on his contract, so I think the transfer will be under 10 million euros. Several teams in Europe are on him. In France there is a lot of talk about Marseille, who already wanted him this winter.”
Like a lot of the players Milan have signed over the past few windows, Adli would arrive as more of an unknown quantity rather than a household name, and Jammes revealed what fans could expect if he joined.
“Adli is talented. He is an attacking player, capable of playing in the middle or as a winger. This season he has played as number 10 behind the striker with a lot of freedom. He knows how to score and he knows how to assist. a great mentality. Really, we really enjoyed having this player.”
Could he adapt well to Italian football?
“He is still young and inevitably there are uncertainties. He has only completed one season at the professional level. Even if he were to stay in France, there would be no doubt. I think he has enough talent to explode at the highest level.”