MILAN, CDS- As reported by the CdS, the Milan transfer market has not yet ended in search of a great prospective midfielder.
Milan, CdS: “Even Tameze for Pioli’s midfield”
“Milan will have two moves on the transfer market. Both could materialize in a few days, perhaps in the second half of August when there will begin to be even more opportunities to be seized. The Rossoneri management wants to satisfy the requests of Mr. Stefano Pioli and is focusing on a defender and a midfielder. What filters from the Milan headquarters is that a young profile could arrive in the median, one of the many proposed by the scouting area. In fact, Milan observed Raphael Onyedika of Midtjylland with great interest. 2001 Nigerian median discovered by the Danish team thanks to the use of data and algorithms. Very explosive player, seen several times by Milan men in Europe. A profile appreciated by the management but which is still being evaluated, as well as Ibrahima Sissoko, 24 years old from Strasbourg. The 193cm-tall French midfielder had good continuity last season in 35 games, in which he managed to score two goals and deliver six winning assists. In addition, Ibrahim Sangaré, 24, of PSV Eindhoven was proposed to the Rossoneri ”.
ALSO IN ITALY. “Among the players under observation there is also one who plays in Italy: Adrien Tameze of Verona. The request for the Gialloblù is high, but the AC Milan management really like it due to its characteristics. A midfielder in 1994, he made 38 appearances in the past championship, putting himself in evidence with 4 goals and 2 assists. He would be the most experienced element and would not need an adjustment period to understand the way to play in Italy. But Hellas’ economic demands are quite high and at the moment he would not want to deprive himself of Tameze. Another player in the sights of Milan is the 2000 class Jean Onana. Still no negotiations for him, but already in the month of last January there were the first contacts with the agents to get information. Now his profile is back in vogue ”.