AC Milan club directors continue to work even from now to prepare for a productive transfer market session in January or even also in the summer. The strategy of the club is always to try to anticipate competition and try to secure important quality talents.
According to the latest news relayed today from Turkish outlet, Çubuklu Sports, the Rossoneri management is very keen on signing Ferdi Kadıoğlu from Fenerbahce. They are plotting for a move that would involve a couple of players in a swap deal with no money offered.
The players who could be included in such a deal are Bosnian midfielder Rade Krunic (who remains wanted by the Turkish club) and 19-year-old Italian third goalkeeper of the first team, Lapo Nava.
Ferdi Kadıoğlu is a versatile Turkish full-back. He has played 13 games as a left-back this season, and made 5 appearances as a right-back. He has 3 assists and 1 goal registered to his name. However, last season he played 25 matches as a right-back (scoring 2 goals and providing 4 assists), made 9 appearances as a left-back and featured in 9 games as a right midfielder.