One of the latest names to be linked with AC Milan is Parma’s young attacking midfielder Adrián Bernabé, with reports claiming he has been scouted first hand.
PianetaMilan provide a summary of today’s reports, starting with Tuttosport who claim the Rossoneri are closely following the progress of the young Spaniard very closely. Bernabé was signed for Parma by ex-coach Enzo Maresca, who had him in Manchester City’s U23 squad.
Then, Calciomercato.com report that Milan’s chief scout Geoffrey Moncada watched him personally during Brescia-Parma in the last round of Serie B action and there are thoughts of a potential summer move.
Finally, Mundo Deportivo claim the Rossoneri would like to set up a deal with Parma and they could go for an operation similar to the one that saw Milan sign Yacine Adli from Bordeaux: a permanent deal with the 20-year-old staying on loan at Parma for another season.
Relations between Milan and Parma are excellent, so the Diavolo will continue to follow Bernabé and if further positive reports arrive in the next few months, they will make their move.