The rumours have been circling for weeks now about potential right wing targets for AC Milan and we are still no closer to seeing a concrete candidate emerge.
Tuttosport (via MilanNews) writes that the Rossoneri are keeping an eye on different profiles such as Noa Lang of Club Brugge who can play virtually anywhere along the forward line. He would be part of a potential double operation with the Belgian club involving Charles De Ketelaere, who is wanted for the playmaker role.
While Lang will be easier to sign than his team-mate, the Milan management are still keeping various other tracks open and one of them is Matteo Politano of Napoli. The 28-year-old is leaving this summer and given that he knows the league well, he could be an option.
Then there are previously reported names such as Domenico Berardi of Sassuolo, Nicolo Zaniolo of Roma and Marco Asensio of Real Madrid. Each have a high asking price (the latter would cost €40m plus €7m net in salary), so Milan continue to probe and be patient waiting for the right conditions to emerge.