Another talented young player has ended up in the sights of AC Milan as they look to replenish their rank of Primavera talent, a report claims.
The Primavera have had a very poor start to the season as they have found themselves in yet another relegation battle having won just one of their opening eight games, losing five in the process. They have also lost three of their first four UEFA Youth League matches and are yet to register a victory, showing they are lagging behind.
It was Nicolo Schira reported yesterday that Milan are keen on the 16-year-old striker Dzenan Pejcinovic of Augsburg, whose contract with the Bundesliga expires at the end of the season. He has 11 goals in 7 games for the Germany U17 national team, meaning he is very much a hot property for the future.
Daniele Longo of Calciomercato.com confirmed that interest and also claims that Milan are interested in signing Alberto Moleiro from Las Palmas. The 18-year-old plays as an attacking midfielder and has been compared to Barcelona star Pedri by some.
Now, Calciomercato.com are reporting that Milan are keeping an eye on Mohamed-Ali Cho, a 17-year-old striker who plays for Angers and the French under-21 national team. He has been labelled ‘the new Mbappé’ given he can play either as a winger or a centre-forward, and he has two league goals this season.
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