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AC Milan Secure Deal For Promising 16 Year Old Winger From Parma

Milan picking up a good set of players for the Primavera who can break into the first team soon.

Parma Calcio v AC Milan - Serie A Photo by MB Media/Getty Images

MilanNews.it are reporting that AC Milan have secured a deal for Parma youngster Chaka Traore. The player is expected to sign his contract with Milan today. Milan wil, pay Parma a small fee and the club will receive a percentage of any future sale. The youngster plays as a left winger and is known for his pace, ability to cut in on the right foot to shoot and his dribbling.

Daniele Longo is reporting that Parma will receive a development fee for the player from Milan of about 600k euros as is usual with youth players. The move is technically free as there is no transfer fee being paid. (Similar to the deal of Pierre Kalulu from Lyon last season.) The 16 year old made his first team debut for Parma last season against Milan.

Antonio Vitiello is confirming the report stating that the winger will join the Primavera side. He will play for Federico Giunti’s side this season but is expected to transition to the first team soon given his potential.