AC Milan continue to look for young promising players who can help the team grow. The Rossoneri, even under the ownership of RedBird Capital Partners and Gerry Cardinale, will continue with the philosophy of Elliott Management Corporation.
In this sense, and according to what is reported by the Italian newspaper Tuttosport in today's print edition, 19-year-old Danish central-forward Rasmus Hojlund is being carefully observed. The player is a left-footed attacker who stands at 191 centimetres, playing for Atalanta.
As per the report, relayed by Calcioatalanta.it, a first contact with the Rossoneri had already been in the summer, but the Italian champion club preferred not to invest the 17 million then spent by Atalanta to dedicate all the resources to the purchase of Charles De Ketelaere. But, we'll have to see if Milan decide to come back and open negotiations in the summer with Atalanta for the former Sturm Graz talent.
The talented player made 4 Serie A appearances so far and he has already 1 goal and 1 assist to his name. The AC Milan target has a contract until June 2027.