AC Milan, Spurs and Manchester City Compete for Coulibaly

AC Milan is rumored to be competing with Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City in the hunt for Monaco young talent, Mamadou Coulibaly in the transfer market next summer.

Quoted from football-italy, Wednesday (16/3), AC Milan must compete with Tottenham and Man City because the two English clubs continue to monitor the situation of Coulibaly closely.

Despite facing stiff competition from two big English clubs, Milan are reportedly in communication with Monaco about a possible move for Coulibaly next summer.

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Currently, AC Milan reportedly has the opportunity to sign Coulibaly on a free next summer, as the young French player has not yet signed a professional contract with the club and the Rossonerri only need to pay a training fee.

At present, Milan continues to strive to bring in young talents in Europe after they managed to make these young players into valuable assets.

On previous occasions, Milan were able to bring in Pierre Kalulu for 450 thousand euros or around Rp. 7 billion and then made him a player worth 20 million euros, or around Rp. 312 billion.

The consistent use of young players at Milan could be a difference maker, as it is clear that there is an opportunity for bright talent to shine in the Italian fashion city. (Ant/OL-1)