EXCLUSIVE Romano: Marko Pjaca could be AC Milan’s surprise signing

02 April at 13:00
With AC Milan chasing an offensive midfielder who can add some quality to the team’s attacking force, the Rossoneri have entered race to sign one of the most talented prospects of European football: Marko Pjaca.

Born in 1995, Pjaca plays for Croatia’s most popular team Dynamo Zagreb and has attracted the interest of the best European sides out there, like Arsenal and Juventus.

As CM.com’s transfer pundit Fabrizio Romano reports, the Old Lady already tried to seal the player’s transfer  in partnership Bologna last summer, but bringing the young central midfielder in Serie A would have cost them at least € 12 million, a price that both Bologna and Juve considered too expensive.

With Pantaleo Corvino edging closer to Bologna exit door, the two Serie A clubs are not expected to make a further transfer bid next summer, that’s why AC Milan are now one of the most interested sides in sealing Pjaca’s transfer.

Scorer of four league games in the last month, AC Milan have already sent their scouts to watch Pjaca in action and Adriano Galliani has received enthusiastic reports on the player’s qualities.
Should AC Milan fail to sign one of their main targets Franco Vazquez, Pjaka could be the Rossoneri’s surprise signing this summer.

Lorenzo Bettoni @lorebetto, adapted from a apiece by Fabrizio Romano @FabrizioRomano   


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