MilanNews.it are reporting that AC Milan met with intermediaries Fabio Parisi and Stefano Antonelli yesterday to discuss three possible profiles for the club.
Marcos Senesi is a 23 year old central defender playing for Feyenoord who was the starter for the club last season as they finished 2nd in the Eredivisie. He made 29 appearances where he scored 3 goals and provided 1 assist whilst helping to keep 8 clean sheets. The Argentina international is valued at about 15-17 million euros.
Vladyslav Supryaga is a 20 year old attacker who has played largely as a centre forward when on loan at SK Dnipro from Dynamo Kyiv where he played 26 games last season scoring 15 goals and providing 1 assist. The Ukraine U21 international is valued at about 8-10 million euros.
Vitaliy Mykolenko is a 21 year old left back who plays for Dynamo Kyiv as well but who can alternate as a centre back. The defender was a huge attacking threat from left back last season scoring 4 goals and providing 7 assists thus would be an apt deputy for Theo Hernandez. The Ukraine international is valued at about 13-15 million euros.
MilanNews.it in their report note that the priority of the meeting is Mykolenko but there is an obstacle which is that Diego Laxalt must be sold first.