La Gazzetta dello Sport understands that Milan are showing interest in Santos midfielder Felipe Anderson.
The 19-year-old is the latest talent from the Brazilian giants tipped to make a move to Europe and is likened to Paulo Henrique Ganso, who recently left the club to join Sao Paulo.
Felipe Anderson has already established himself as a first team regular at Santos and has been attracting attention from top European clubs.
Santos general manager Nei Pandolfo is adamant that the player will not be sold, but it is believed the Brazilian club would not be able to resist a big money offer.
Milan sporting director Ariedo Braida is hoping to beat the likes of Tottenham, Bayern, Monaco and Wolfsburg to the player’s signature, and he does appear to have an ace up his sleeve.
Namely, the Rossoneri are willing to negotiate the return of Robinho to Brazil, provided they are given first option on the talented midfielder.
Felipe Anderson has four years left on his deal at the club, but is widely tipped to leave Santos for greener pastures in the near future.
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