Two days ago, we covered claims made in Belgium that Arsenal are ‘preparing’ an offer to sign Club Brugge star Noa Lang in the winter market.
It was also explained the Gunners’ interest in the winger, who made his debut for the Netherlands this month, is ‘increasing considerably’.
AC Milan also have a keen interest in the 22-year-old. That’s according to Calciomercato, who explain the Rossoneri have been following him for a long time.
Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara took advantage of October’s international break to meet agents and intermediaries.
The Serie A side’s chiefs met Lang’s agent and it was to find out the cost needed to complete his signing and the details of other clubs interested in the Club Brugge man.
Arsenal get a mention and it’s claimed Mikel Arteta’s side are among the English sides ‘pressing’ for the Dutchman. The report even states the north London club are ‘in the front row’, meaning they are ahead of Milan.
Lang is valued at €25m and Club Brugge manager Philippe Clement has already admitted the Belgian champions will not be able to retain him beyond January, if they receive a convincing offer.
Maldini and Massara have made a note of all these factors, and in the coming weeks and months will decide whether or not Milan will make concrete efforts to sign the player.