Rangnick’s top transfer target for Milan

Red Bull Salzburg midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai is Ralf Rangnick’s number one transfer target if the German coach joins AC Milan.

The sports season has stopped due to the spread of the Coronavirus but clubs continue to work for the future. European leagues and cups are still to be finished but meanwhile clubs are already planning for the summer transfer market.

The situation at AC Milan is vague and the plans for the next season are still unknown. There is uncertainty about Ralf Rangnick’s arrival as manager. While some media claim that the German may refuse the Rossoneri’s offer, others report that everything is closed but the parties don’t want to disturb Pioli and the team until the end of the season.

Nevertheless, Ralf Rangnick remains the most probable choice for AC Milan and according to reports he’s already working on the list of players to bring at San Siro in the summer. Calciomercato writes that Red Bull Salzburg talent Dominik Szoboszlai is the number one transfer target of Rangnick. Szoboszlai has many fans in Italy with Inter, Juventus and Lazio also interested in the Hungarian midfielder.

The 19-year-old midfielder is one of the players that Rangnick has brought at Red Bull Salzburg. Dominik Szoboszlai plays mainly on the but has often been used as central or attacking midfielder. A strong physical footballer (1.86 meters tall) and technically gifted. This season he has scored 4 goals and has provided 7 assists in 29 appearances in all competitions. Great performances that have attracted the interest of a number of European clubs.

Nicknamed as the Robin to Haaland’s Batman at Salzburg, Dominik Szoboszlai struck up a superb partnership with the Norwegian forward. Their relationship within the final third has been key to Salzburg’s success. His style of play is close to Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Toni Kroos.

Rangnick highly appreciates the qualities of Szoboszlai, whose price tag is at around 20 million euros. A young talent with great potential also fits AC Milan’s transfer policy. Despite his young age the Hungarian midfielder has accumulated valuable experience in Champions and Europa League in the past two seasons.

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