AC Milan have picked out Spurs defender Juan Foyth as a potential reinforcement for the defence this summer, a report claims.
MilanNews are reporting that the Rossoneri are on the hunt for several young players, but those who have already gained some experience in their respective leagues.
That’s why Milan are probing the ground with a whole series of profiles that would go hand in hand with the philosophy of Ralf Rangnick and his team of collaborators.
Among these is Foyth, a 22-year-old defender who currently plays for Tottenham and the Argentine national team, with whom he has already collected 10 appearances.
The player was targeted by Milan during January negotiations with Spurs for striker Krzysztof Piatek and is one of the profiles to keep an eye on for next summer, as he would also have shown his willingness to find a club with more playing time.
On another note, Milan have given up on Lucas Martinez Quarta of River Plate, who has a €22.5m clause.