Agent Igor Koijc said Milan have been interested in Red Star winger Andrija Radulovic since Zvonimir Boban was the sporting director.
The 18-year-old Serbian has played four times for the Belgrade side in the Serbian Super Liga this term and his agent has likened the youngster to former Rossonero Dejan Savicevic.
Savicevic moved to Milan from Red Star in July 1992 and spent six seasons at San Siro, where he helped the Diavolo pick up three Scudetti and the Champions League.
“Radulovic is one of the greatest prospects in Europe,” his agent told Interlive.it. “He expresses himself best at right wing and in the number 10 role, as an attacking midfielder.
“Andrija is still young, but if I had to compare him to somebody, it would certainly be Dejan Savicevic, ‘Il Genio’.
“All football fans in Italy certainly know what kind of player Savicevic was and he is the player that Andrija can look like in the future.
“Moreover, they come from the same country, from the same club and therefore it would be a coincidence if they have the same career.”
And Koijc added the Rossoneri have shown interest in the young Serbian since Boban oversaw the transfers.
“The contract with Red Star expires in June 2022. His name is on the Rossoneri’s table, and the scouts have followed him since Boban was in charge of the sports area.
“In this difficult period due to COVID-19, no offer can be considered insignificant. In the last few days, several important clubs have shown great interest in him.
“Red Star have eight games until mid-season, so after that, we will make the best decision for Andrija.”