Leverkusen starlet offered to AC Milan

Bayer Leverkusen forward Paulinho has been offered to AC Milan and Roma. The Brazilian has the approval of Rangnick.

With the German Bundesliga underway, other leagues are following the same example. In parallel, clubs are also preparing for the transfer business. The Rossoneri are expected to undergo a significant transformation. According to the latest rumors Paulinho is the new name on AC Milan’s orbit.

Tuttomercatoweb reports that Bayer Leverkusen striker Paulinho has been proposed to AC Milan and Roma. The Brazilian wonderkid, who has not turned 20 yet, apparently has the approval of Ralf Rangnick who has studied him already.

Bayer Leverkusen paid a high fee of around 20 millions (that can go up to 30 million) to secure Paulinho from Vasco de Gama. After a difficult start in Germany, the Brazilian forward seems to have found his form in recent games. The talented forward has made 13 appearances this season scoring 3 goals.

Paulinho is a very interesting talent. He was the first player born in 2000 to score in Brazilian league, at 17 years and nine days. A high quality winger that can play both on the left and right wing. In Ralf Rangnick’s fast 4-4-2 he would be perfect for the left flank. The German favors quick players, with good dribbling and with a keen eye for goal.

Roma are also interested in Paulinho. The capitol club will probably sell Cengiz Under (much sought after by Milan in January), Justin Kluivert and Diego Perotti in the summer. The good news for any interested clubs is that the price tag of Paulinho is well withing reach.

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