RB Salzburg striker Noah Okafor has changed his agent in a bid to move to a top club in the summer.
According to Calciomercato.com, the Swiss sensation has now joined the agency of Sport 360, having already declined a contract extension offer from Salzburg.
Okafor has grown into one of the most exciting prospects in Europe in recent years. He has racked up ten goals and five assists this season, including the goals against Chelsea and AC Milan in the Champions League, which has attracted a lot of suitors.
Among the interested clubs are the Rossoneri, who have identified the Swiss international as one of the primary striker targets this summer.
Milan may be left with Olivier Giroud as the only striker for the next season, as both Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Divock Origi face uncertain futures.
Okafor is high on Milan’s wishlist and is valued at around €25 million by the Austrian champions. Milan are expected to make contact with Sport360 to broker a deal.
Directors Ricky Massara and Paolo Madini have earned a reputation for snapping up the best exciting talents in Europe and bringing them to the spotlight.
Eintracht Frankfurt striker Randal Kolo Muani and Atalanta’s Rasmus Hojlund are also on Milan’s radar as potential attacking targets.
Lorenzo Colombo, currently on loan at Lecce from Milan, is another option being considered.
They have also expressed interest in Boca Juniors striker Mateo Retegui, who has been enjoying an eye-catching loan spell at Tigre with his goalscoring exploits.
The former Argentinian youth international has been called up by the Italian national team for upcoming European Championship qualifiers.
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