AC Milan could look to sign two Turkish players in the January transfer window to fill two areas that need addressing, a report claims.
According to Sporx in Turkey, Fenerbahce midfielder Ozan Tufan was watched by Milan scouts during their recent meeting with Alanyaspor. The 25-year-old plays as a holding midfielder and the report claims that Milan have been following him for some time.
He currently has a valuation of around €15m having amassed a combined eight goals and assists in 15 league games already this season from the deep-lying playmaker role. The Rossoneri, however, are not the only club on his trail as some Russian and English clubs are also keen.
The same report then underlines how Milan are keen on his compatriot Ozan Kabak of Schalke 04, who had a price tag of €25m in the summer when the Diavolo were keen and they have now resumed talks now the January transfer window has opened.
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