Rafael Leao has urged RB Leipzig forward Dominik Szoboszlai to join him at AC Milan with a comment on one of his social media posts.
During the 2019-20 season Szoboszlai was heavily linked with Milan, mentioned as a potential signing when Ralf Rangnick was set to take over the club as head coach, but in the end the attacking midfielder signed for Leipzig.
However, his agent was very complimentary of Milan at the time and even suggested that the paths of the Hungarian and the Rossoneri could cross again in the future.
Szoboszlai posted a video Instagram of his beautiful free-kick that he scored for Hungary shirt during the international break, and Leao’s comment said: ‘Come to ❤️️🖤’. Szoboszlai replied with: ‘🤣🤣🤣🙌’.
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The 22-year-old has played 23 Bundesliga games this season for the Saxony-based side and has amassed 4 goals and 8 assists.
I’ve written several write UPs about this guy since we lost him to Leipzig…. He’s so COMPLETE! We are regretting and we’ll regret it if we don’t buy him ASAP…. He’s a future World’s best player❤️🖤
Yes please. Would they accept a trade in with CdK?
In a heartbeat
Guy is excellent. I would love to see Szoboszlai here. Wanted him here when we were linked before and that hasn’t changed. He’s class. And a good FK taker.
Sign him asap
His reply was laughing. The sad truth is that any established top talent is way beyond us at the moment. He will end up at Bayern or in the EPL. We can only afford unproven or lower quality or old players for the next few years.
Yup, agree. Shame though, he’s an amazing player.
Should have been signed instead of CDK.
Would fill perfectly Diaz’s slot.
I see the guy in Milan’s future ✍.
We never have good free kick taker since bonaventura out. I would like to see szobo as AMF in AC Milan but we dont have budget except we sell CDK + adili
Leao has a clear idea of what other players should do but none for himself.
He tells CDK that the goal is coming, while he isn’t scoring either.
He tells Szoboszlai to sign with Milan while he is still refusing to sign a new contract that would quadruple his salary