Giuseppe Riso has talked about three of his clients, confirming Milan’s interest.
The Rossoneri had an historic summer transfer market, signing 11 new players and spending over €230 million.
The plan, as stated by Marco Fassone and Massimiliano Mirabelli, is to add in the next market sessions 2-3 players to add depth and quality to the existing foundation at Milan. And three of the players the Diavolo are looking at – for the present and future – are represented by Giuseppe Riso (see his clients here).
“Jakub Jankto [the Udinese midfielder who Milan tried to sign in the last days of the mercato]? Yes, I think it’s an interesting profile for Milan, he’s a young player and I think that he’s in the 5-6 profiles that are being observed, certainly. We’ve spoken and we will speak,” Riso told Milannews.it.
“Pietro Pellegri and Eddy Salcedo? I’ve read that you’ve written about it. This summer’s meeting at Casa Milan was a good sign, because Milan are attentive to what the future will be. In addition to having done a big mercato, they’ve shown to be attentive to who may be the next stars in La Nazionale and in Europe. It was a nice talk and I think we will move forward in the coming months. We talk often with Milan and I think that it’s something we’ll deal with again in January or June.”
Milan are believed to be in pole position to sign Pellegri, the 16-year-old Genoa striker, while they watched Salcedo closely yesterday as he scored for Genoa Primavera as Milan beat them 2-1.