The AC Milan management believe that the youth sector is stocked full of talents who could be useful in the years to come, a report claims.
PianetaMilan start with one of the most interesting players in the ranks: striker Marko Lazetic. He arrived in January for €4m from Red Star Belgrade and he has already made his debut in the senior team, but with 5 goals in 9 appearances and 3 in his last 3 for the Serbian U19 team, the numbers suggest he is a real talent.
Another striker could become part of the future rotations in Lorenzo Colombo. He has already played a few games with the senior side but he is doing very well on loan with Lecce with 3 goals and 2 assists in 13 appearances. The Salentini have already made it known that they want to buy him, but Milan will exercise their buy-back.
In the defensive department there is Andrei Coubis, the captain of Milan Primavera. At 19 years of age he has already proven that he is a born leader standing at 1.90m and with a strapping physique.
Chaka Traore has been playing as a winger for Ignazio Abate’s side, and received praise from his head coach: “He has above-average qualities and great physical gifts. He can score 20 goals a year.”
Dariusz Stalmach who arrived in the summer from Poland and Filippo Scotti, both 16 years old, are also ones to watch. They have 5 and 7 appearances in the league already. Meanwhile, the two full-backs (left and right) Davide Bartesaghi and Adam Bakoune have also impressed.
Francesco Camarda gets a mention and rightly so given he has already scored over 500 goals in the youth sector at verious age groups.