AC Milan target Giannis Konstantelias scored once again for PAOK Thessaloniki as the Rossoneri continue to keep an eye on his development, a report claims.
As has been reported by Milan News, the 20-year-old attacking midfielder scored in PAOK’s emphatic 6-0 victory over Ionikos to move closer to Olympiacos in the Greek first division.
He is a player that Milan have been keeping a very close eye on with a view to a possible future move, but they are not the only team doing that.
RB Salzburg, Sevilla and Benfica are also thought to be possible destinations for the player that only turned 20 years old on Sunday.
He has played 20 times in the Greek Super League this season despite his young age and that was his second goal. He has also picked up three assists during those games.
He has also played three cup matches this season, getting one assist there too.