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Netherlands winger Noa Lang has sparked rumors on a possible transfer to AC Milan after a recent post dedicated to Maldini on Instagram.
Social media are now an important source of information, even in football. The mood and messages of the players can be interpreted as clues for their future. This time it was the turn of Noa Lang to make noise with a story on Instagram concerning AC Milan.
The 22-year-old Dutch star of Club Brugge posted a photo from the car listening to a song named after the Rossoneri’s technical director: “Maldini – ENDS, Ertu”. “If you know, you know..!“, writes Lang on his story. This is not the first time he has expressed his admiration for Paolo Maldini. Earlier he was spotted with a signed AC Milan jersey of Maldini.
Precisely today Tuttosport reported that Lang is one of AC Milan’s three targets for the attacking midfielder job. The Rossoneri are not pleased with the performances of Brahim Diaz and plan to add a new attacking midfielder to their roster when the transfer window opens. Ruslan Malinovskyi and Nedim Bajrami are the other targets but Milan have been following Lang closely since last year.
His agent, Bart Baving, confirmed that AC Milan are monitoring the flamboyant left-winger. “It’s true, I know the Rossoneri appreciate him a lot. He watches Serie A and with the quality he has he can certainly play in the Italian top league, as well as in the most important ones in Europe“.
Noa Lang is having another great season in the Belgian league scoring 8 goals and assisting 13 in 38 appearances with Club Brugge. The Belgian club are reportedly asking at least 25 million euros for their prized gem. The 22-year-old can play as winger on both flanks, as well as in the attacking midfielder role. A perfect player for Stefano Pioli’s 4-2-3-1 game system.
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