Agent says AC Milan and Man Utd target is 'similar to Ibrahimovic’
12/10/2017, 18:40
No secret Pietro Pellegri is one of the most exciting strikers in Europe. The 16-year-old has already netted three goals in Serie A and several top clubs are being linked with welcoming his services.

Trouble is, Genoa have reportedly slapped a € 40-million-price tag on their wonderkid as they know clubs like AC Milan, Juventus, Manchester United, Psg and Chelsea are closely monitoring his client.

Both Serie A giants have confirmed talks with the player’s entourage but Beppe Riso, Pellegri’s representative, has just revealed that he is not in contact with any club at the moment.

“I am not in contact with any club at the moment”, he told Footmercato.

“He is a very powerful striker, he is similar to Ibrahimovic, he is definitely one of the best young players in Europe. He has already netted a brace in Serie A and is only 16-year-old. He has three years left in his contract with Psg and it’s not a surprise for me to see him linked with big clubs like Psg.”
 
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