AC Milan are continuing to look to the future and have reached an agreement with two Trapani teenagers, according to a report.
Milan have not only been focusing on strengthening their senior side during the window, as Emil Roback and Lukas Björklund arrived during the summer mercato.
Wilgot Marshage – a 16-year-old defensive midfielder – was also snapped up from Stockholm-based club IFK Lidingö, as was 18-year-old French central midfielder Coli Saco from Sochaux.
The final of the three youth sector signings acquired last week was 17-year-old Croatian right-back Filip Pobi from Dinamo Zagreb.
Now, two more players look set to arrive. According to TMW, the Rossoneri management have reached an agreement with defender Giuseppe Fili and midfielder Filippo Tolomello, both of whom were released by Trapani to allow them to join Milan.
A meeting on Saturday laid the groundwork for a three-year deal that should be concluded on Monday or Tuesday with signatures.