Yacine Adli represents a concrete target for AC Milan and there is an interesting method behind their pursuit of the youngster, a report claims.
A report from MilanNews confirms that Adli is of great interest to the Rossoneri and there is an ongoing negotiation, but it is however considered difficult above all from an economic point of view because Bordeaux are asking for €10m to sell the 21-year-old.
Despite this, the former PSG talent is really admired by the Rossoneri management largely because of the fact that he is young, has potential and can play in multiple roles. The main novelty lies in the fact that for Milan he would be more of a central midfielder than a playmaker, which would then open up new scenarios.
If Adli were to arrive then it would increase the quality in the midfield and he could act as a deputy to Ismael Bennacer, which in turn would leave the playmaker role free for any late-market opportunities.