AC Milan continues its commitment to nurturing young talent by expressing interest in Hellas Verona’s promising prospects. According to Gianluca Di Marzio, the Rossoneri have identified Alphadjo Cissè and Richi Agbonifo, both born in 2006, as potential additions to their ranks. The young talents have yet to make their Serie A debuts but have showcased their abilities with Verona’s Primavera side.
AC Milan’s recruitment strategy, emphasizing a focus on the future, sees the club eyeing two young gems from Hellas Verona: Alphadjo Cissè and Richi Agbonifo. Despite being born in 2006, both players have caught the attention of Milan’s scouting team with their performances in Verona’s Primavera squad.
Alphadjo Cissè, who primarily operates as a left winger or second striker, has displayed impressive form this season. With five goals in 19 appearances across league and cup competitions, the soon-to-be 18-year-old (turning 18 in October) has emerged as a notable talent. Cissè has also earned playing time with the Italy U19 national team, showcasing his potential on the international stage by scoring on his debut against Serbia in October.
Richi Agbonifo, who celebrated his 18th birthday on January 8th, is another player on Milan’s radar. Known for his versatility, Agbonifo can play as a right or left winger and, when needed, as an attacking midfielder. In 18 games spanning Primavera 1, the U18 league, and the Coppa Italia Primavera, Agbonifo has contributed with four goals and two assists.
While neither Cissè nor Agbonifo has made their Serie A debut yet, Milan’s interest underscores the club’s commitment to securing promising young talents. The Rossoneri’s emphasis on nurturing and developing emerging stars aligns with their longstanding tradition of building for sustained success. As the transfer market progresses, Milan’s pursuit of these young prospects from Hellas Verona will be closely watched by football enthusiasts eager to witness the next generation of talent in action.