epa09670410 Referee Daniele Chiffi (L) speaks with Roma?s Nicolo' Zaniolo (C) during the Italian serie A soccer match between AC Milan and As Roma at Giuseppe Meazza stadium in Milan, Italy, 6 January 2022. EPA-EFE/MATTEO BAZZI

Juventus and Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with Nicolò Zaniolo, but it’s now reported Milan have made an approach for the Roma talent.



His contract with the Giallorossi runs to June 2024 and negotiations for an extension have hit some problems.

Speaking at a press conference yesterday, general manager Tiago Pinto stirred up controversy and speculation when declaring he could “not guarantee” Zaniolo will still be at the Stadio Olimpico next season.

According to multiple sources including Sky Sport Italia and the Corriere dello Sport, Juventus and Tottenham are the primary candidates for the attacking midfielder should he be placed on the market over the summer.

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Now Sportitalia suggest Milan have made an approach towards his entourage to make it be known they too are interested and could prepare an offer in the near future.

The 22-year-old has two goals in eight senior caps for Italy, but it would’ve been far more if not for two serious knee ligament injuries.

So far this season, Zaniolo has contributed four goals and five assists in 26 official matches for Roma.

7 thought on “Milan join Juventus and Tottenham in Zaniolo chase”
  1. If by join it means watch one of those clubs sign him, then sure.

    Milan have made it perfectly clear that they won’t get into bidding wars for any player.

  2. ligament injuries is not recover perfectly risk another injury in the future and player performance never be the same like before

  3. Never gonna happen and never should. Bonaventura was a great example in recent history. Liked the guy before the injury and after injury even after he left but he has never been the same since his knee operation. Just a terrible thing that happens. Zaniolo is “young” compared to when Jack had it so he can still make it work but a few years down the line… I don’t know. So please NO.

  4. More made up rubbish.

    Just a pity we can’t have a FI article nowadays with the name Tottenham in it.

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