The value of Bologna midfielder Mattias Svanberg continues to rise in line with his impressive performances, according to a report.
Calciomercato.com recently reported how Svanberg continues to impress top clubs who are watching him such as Juventus and Inter plus Southampton from England, but the most interested spectator is undoubtedly Milan.
Svanberg’s name has been on Maldini and Massara’s wish list for some time, but the consistency of performances at high levels has raised his price, with the director duo preparing the moves for the midfield of the future and Svanberg being “circled in red on the list of goals”.
According to the same source, Milan are continuing to monitor the progress of Svanberg as a potential option to reinforce the midfield in the summer. Last summer Milan offered €15million – a bid not accepted by the Bolognese – who were asking for €20m.
Now, as il Corriere dello Sport writes, the valuation has risen to around €25m making him an expensive investment if he were to arrive as depth rather than just as a starter.