The agent of Cyril Ngonge is in Italy to hold talks with interested clubs, a report claims, and AC Milan are among them.
According to what is being reported by Alfredo Pedulla, Ngonge is a player that is the object of desire for several clubs but he will only leave this month on Verona’s terms, and they are wanting a fee of €10-11m fixed plus bonuses.
Several clubs have asked for and received informations, with Fiorentina and Milan two of them, and in the last few hours Ngonge’s agent landed in Italy to take stock of the situation.
The Belgian winger will almost certainly take part in the home match against Empoli and it could also be a chance for his representative to meet with the Verona management regarding the future of his client.
TMW were the first to report that Milan’s business with the Gialloblu might not be done after the signing of Filippo Terracciano as they have their eyes on Ngonge, who has scored five goals in 18 appearances in a struggling side, with two assists as well.
The 23-year-old plays predominantly as a right winger – something worth noting with Luka Romero linked with an exit while Samuel Chukwueze is at AFCON – but he can also play up front if needed too.