The Rossoneri have made a genuine U-turn in their transfer strategy, having completely switched their attention towards young and talented players.
Having signed Bartosz Salamon from Brescia last summer and having already agreed to recruit Empoli midfielder Riccardo Saponara, the Italian giants look ready to continue signing players from Serie B.
According to Il Corriere dello Sport, Roberto Bosco, a member of Max Allegri’s coaching team, watched Empoli defender Vasoc Regini in a 3-2 win over Modena.
The left-back, who is co-owned by Sampdoria, is a potential long-term solution for the left-back position at San Siro, and Milan plan to continue monitoring his progress over the next few months.
Despite his fragile age, the 22-year-old has already made more than 100 league appearances at senior level and he was even handed a Serie A debut in May 2009.