Gianluca di Marzio is reporting that AC Milan are continuing to look at more alternatives to Chelsea midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko as the deal for the former loanee has stalled on the value of the buy out clause. As we reported here, Milan have already probed the ground for Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira as a potential option. Now the new player under the eye of Milan's management is Andre Zambo Anguissa from Fulham. The midfielder spent the previous season on loan in Spain with Villarreal where he managed 39 appearances as the undisputed starter scoring 2 goals and providing 2 assists as a central defensive midfielder. He has already made two appearances for Fulham in the league albeit one off the bench in the opening two games hence could be a part of their plans for the season.
Bendo Nico is reporting that Milan met with the agent of the player Nana at Casa Milan yesterday.
The Cameroon international is a solid presence in the middle of the park and at just 24 years old would fit in well with the outfit already assembled at the San Siro. He has a wealth of experience from his time at Marseille where he has over 106 appearances.
The report note that Milan have only made an inquiry at this time but have not initiated any talks with the club at this point. Bakayoko remains the priority but a number of alternatives are beginning to emerge.