“A real talent, who will not play in Italy,” report Calciomercato.
Milan have long been eyeing the transfer of AS Monaco youngster Mamadou Coulibaly, with both Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara keen on reinforcing their ranks after the departure of midfield talisman Franck Kessie to Barcelona in the summer.
According to reports from the Italian media, the class of 2004 is bound to remain at Monaco and continue its development in the south of France despite garnering interest from the biggest names in world football.
Monaco have decided to offer the 18-year-old a contract extension as his current deal expires in the summer, throwing away all hopes of a Milan approach.
The Rossoneri, nonetheless, will continue to monitor his growth as he tries to make his way into the first team, with yet another young target Aurelien Tchouameni ready to guide his fellow teammate.
Currently plying his trade at Monaco U19, Coulibaly is touted to make the jump to the first team in the 2022/23 season before evaluating his options to move abroad.