Milan have been making many moves on the market this summer and not just for the first team, but also the Primavera. As their project relies heavily on young players, it’s not exactly a surprise that their scouting is extensive.
According to Daniele Longo, the Rossoneri have secured the services of Clinton Nsiala Makengo, who was born in 2004 (17 years). He will arrive on a free transfer from Nantes, where he has been since 2019.
— Daniele Longo (@86_longo) July 25, 2021
He has made three apperances for France’s U16 side, scoring one goal in the process. As mentioned earlier, this is certainly a signing for the future and we can expect to see the centre-back with the Primavera side.
Hopefully, he will continue to develop as the scouts have predicted, which should mean that we will see him with the first team one day. Only the official announcement is missing to really complete the youngster’s move.