AC Milan have identified PSV Eindhoven winger Noni Madueke as the player to bolster their options in attack, a report claims.
As has been reported by various Dutch outlets (via Pianeta Milan), the 2002-born right winger is a serious target for the Rossoneri but they are not the only ones.
He is currently playing his football for PSV Eindhoven in the Eredivisie and he scored twice in the recent friendly against Milan that ended 3-0.
It is expected that any deal would cost around €40-50 million meaning it will take much deliberation. It seems that a January move is not on the cards for the former Tottenham Hotspur player, but he cannot be ruled out as a summer arrival.
There is competition for his signature from Crystal Palace who would like to bring him back to the Premier League after his adventure abroad.
Milan want a right winger to add more quality to the attack.
Don’t talk nonsense. Milan won’t spend more than €15 million for a player like this.
If they REALLY want him, they should buy him this month. In the summer the price is up and there’ll be more competition. Against Milan he looked better than Dest, Rebic, Saelemaekers & Messias all combined. Might even solve the “weak RW”-issue.
I don’t know this guy and no disrespect to him – he might be a world-beater – but I hope that Milan can invest in some young Italian talent, too.
What young Italian talent?
Zaniolo? J/K, LOL!!!! He definitely showed once again on Sunday how overrated and overvalued he is. If he is considered one of the talented young Italians, no wonder they missed the World Cup last year.
Transfer market has him valued at 15 million. Anyone who is paying 40/50 million for him is a sucker. Dude only has a couple starts and hasn’t done anything meaningful.
Dutch and Belgian leagues produce good players but the level is low. Bottom line don’t over pay for players performing at Serie B level
Buy sarr from Watford
How about young Brazilian/Spanish talent?
How about young Brazilian/Spanish talent.
How about spend money on young Brazilian/Spanish talent.
I stop watching Milan