AC Milan continues to closely monitor the talents in the Belgian league. While waiting for Charles de Ketelaere to prove his worth after the significant fee spent on him in the previous summer.
Now, the Rossoneri club has set its sights on one of the standout performers of the season at Mark van Bommel's Royal Antwerp, who are competing for the league title. A relatively new name, but not unknown, as Barcelona and Manchester United are also keeping tabs on him. We are talking about: Arthur Vermeeren, an 18-year-old midfielder.
He has played an impressive 32 matches this season and even scored his first professional goal on May 14th against Club Brugge. Vermeeren has become an essential part of the midfield, known for his positional play and exceptional ball skills. He is a well-rounded midfielder whose strengths lie in his dynamism and intensity, and he could potentially receive a call-up to the senior national team under Domenico Tedesco.