AC Milan are looking at a move for Brazilian midfielder Gabriel Moscardo who currently plays for Corinthians and has impressed Geoffrey Moncada, a report claims.
As has been reported by Radio Rossonera, the 2005-born midfielder is a talent that Milan think could adapt to European football.
It is no secret that Milan need to focus on signing a central defender and a striker over the next two transfer windows, but they are still looking at potential targets for all over the pitch.
Moscardo has made 16 appearances so far this season for the first team in the league, and another six in cup competitions.
The fact he has become a starter in the team means that Corinthians value him at around €25 million, so it would not be a simple deal.
Clubs such as Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea are said to be watching him closely, meaning that competition would be stiff.