AC Milan are not just thinking about investments to improve the squad immediately but also players who could arrive and form part of the future spine.
According to the latest from Calciomercato.com, Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara are still intent on highlighting – along with chief scout Geoffrey Moncada and his team – the best young talents who could arrive, develop and grow at Milan both from a technical and economic point of view.
There are three names that are currently in the Rossoneri’s sights, and the first is Mohamed-Ali Cho, a forward with a great potential who has scored 2 goals this season in Ligue 1. He is also a French U21 international and Milan have already established that Angers want €10m for him.
Then there is 18-year-old Alberto Moleiro of Las Palmas. This season in 12 games he has already scored a goal and provided an assist, he can play both as an attacking midfielder and as a winger. He is also wanted by Barcelona and Real Madrid but Milan have a great relationship with his agents so they could close the operation.
Finally, the 18-year-old winger Bob Murphy Omoregbe will arrive from Italian side Borgosesia for €100k as he will reinforce the Primavera squad from January.