AC Milan could buy player from lowly French league club
Despite the fact many consider that AC Milan should try to make a squad full of veteran players to be able to become a force on the European stage once again, the team from the San Siro insist on youth and on building a team for the future.
In Italy, they have revealed that the Rossoneri have set their eyes on the promising Angers midfielder Jeff Reine Adelaide.
At 21, he has managed to burst onto the scene in Ligue 1 and brought back the football he showed in the Arsenal academy.
The young footballer, who acts as a midfielder, although can also play on the right hand side, came through the Lens academy and had already spent a year on loan at Angers before he was bought by them last summer.
This year he played frequently. He made 36 appearances for the small Ligue 1 team which easily avoided relegation. It would cost just 1.5 million euros to sign him.