AC Milan appear to have taken a shine to Parma playmaker Adriàn Bernabé in their search to reinforce the attack with young talent, a report claims.
Bernabe was in the youth academy of both RCD Espanyol and Barcelona’s famous La Masia but he joined Manchester City in the summer of 2018. He was in the first team squad for their preseason campaign playing against Bayern Munich and made his competitive debut in the EFL Cup on 25 September 2018.
However, Bernabé was released by City at the end of the 2020–21 season and he ended up at Parma where he is beginning to showcase his talent, having scored 5 goals in 13 league appearances for them this season so far.
According to what is being reported by Calciomercato.com, Milan’s chief scout Geoffrey Moncada was at Brescia-Parma to watch 18-year-old goalkeeper Martin Turk but above all Bernabé, to see the potential of the player live.
He falls within the remit that the management like because he is young, talented and is playing in a league that is tough from a tactical and physical point of view. There is still no negotiation yet while Parma want to hang on to the 20-year-old, but if his trajectory keeps going up it will be tough to snub interest.