AC Milan are looking at possible transfer market opportunities to reinforce Stefano Pioli’s team in the summer and prepare for the next season already.
The Rossoneri club directors Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara, in this sense, do not show a strong interest in Rasmus Hojlund. According to the latest reports from Calcio Style who cite sources close to the club, Paolo Maldini has already contacted the player’s entourage, as well as Atalanta’s management, to understand if a deal can be done for the Danish talent. The player perfectly fits the profile desired by the Rossoneri club owners.
He is young, born in 2003, with ample room for growth, and has displayed talent this season with Atalanta. He is a modern forward, possessing great speed, good physical qualities, and a knack for scoring goals. He cites Erling Haaland as an inspiration, and some of his movements on the field can indeed be compared to those of the Manchester City champion.
As we know, Atalanta is a club that acquires and nurtures young players to then resell them at important pricetags to make significant capital gains. The Danish forward will not be an exception, and the asking price will not be less than 40 million euros.
Hojlund has long caught the eye of the main European clubs. In fact, Atalanta was very good at acquiring him for 17 million. He is also very much liked by Napoli and Juventus.
Rasmus Hojlund, who is liked by Paolo Maldini, has managed to net 6 goals and register 2 assists to his name in 20 appearances this season with Atalanta in Coppa Italia and Serie A competitions.
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