Milan eyeing Schick as Leipzig continue to stall


As RB Leipzig continue to stall on finding a permanent deal with Roma for Patrik Schick, AC Milan could look to take advantage.

Alfredo Pedullà of SportItalia has reported that soon-to-be-appointed Milan director Ralf Rangnick is a huge admirer of the attacker and would like to bring him to the Rossoneri.

Reportedly, there has been contact recently between Roma and Milan for the Czech, who spent this season at loan at the aforementioned German side.

Leipzig had an option to buy Schick for €28 million, but they failed to exercise it and it ultimately expired. The Germans still want to keep him and remain locked in negotiations with the Giallorossi, though, they have yet to find an agreement.

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