AC Milan directors, thanks to the scouting department, continue to keep an eye on the development of several players who can help the Rossoneri squad of Stefano Pioli improve and grow further next season.
One of the names who have been linked with a move to the red and black faithful is Luigi Caccavowho is an Italian centre-forward currently plying his trade for Serie A outfit Torino.
The right-footed starlet who has 5 goals and 1 assists playing for the Torino Primavera team is appreciated by the Italian giants as they tried to sign him already last summer. His club, however, refused the attempts of the AC Milan managers.
According to what has been reported by the Italy-based website, Milan News, Il Diavolo club directors will "certainly" come back knocking on Torino's door again next summer to see if a deal can be done then.
Caccavo, who stands tall at 192 centimetres, has a contract which expires in June 2025. He is a former player of AC Monza's youth sector.