Milan reportedly close on Club Brugge talent Lang

by | May 28, 2022 16:20

Milan are reportedly the favourites to sign Club Brugge winger Noa Lang, with the Dutch international costing circa €20m.

According to Sportitalia transfer news reporter Rudy Galetti, Lang has his heart set on the Rossoneri and is ready to accept a five-year contract worth just under €3m per season.

Club Brugge are asking for €20m to sell the player, who turns 23 next month and has three senior caps for the Netherlands under his belt.

Lang’s tactical versatility is what particularly draws Milan to him, as primarily he is a left-sided winger, but can also play on the right or as a centre-forward.

He was purchased from Ajax in 2021 for €6m after a one-season loan.

This season, he has contributed nine goals and 15 assists in 48 competitive appearances for Club Brugge.

Milan are likely to beat competition from Leeds United, West Ham United and other Premier League sides who won’t be in the Champions League.

It’s true he might not be given quite as much first-team football with Rafael Leao already on the left, but his versatility certainly gives him options.


  1. Gino

    They need to sign better players this guy is 23 and still in Belgium for a reason

  2. John

    Agree Gino. Go for Nkunko.


    Trust Maldini FM boys.
    Enjoy the rumours and see what happened.

  4. Cocor

    For now I don’t believe anything the media said, Maldini don’t renew his contract yet, who’s doing all these talks and Acmilan still in Elliott hands. You’re got to wait before making prediction.

  5. ACm1899

    This kid has potential but has been plagued with injuries too…

  6. Milan Fan

    I’ve heard not so good things about his attitude.

  7. internazionale23

    hate to say it but looks like a good signing for Milan,seems like they have discontinued policy of signing 40 year old strikers.However with their new owners I would aim higher

  8. Pietro molina

    if milan management will wait and wait and wait for months before deciding to sign this guy, by then it will be too late and the bird would have flown away ….. indeed, it seems that the botman bird has escaped to newcastle!!!!!
    this is bad from milan management …..

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