Marko Pjaca's agent confirms that Milan are battling Napoli and Juventus for the Dinamo Zagreb player.
The Rossoneri were only rumoured to be an outlier in the escalating battle for the Croatian talent, but their interest has now been confirmed.
“Milan are after Pjaca, although the player is also being followed by other great European clubs,” his agent Marko Naletilic told ItaSportPress. “The Rossoneri are in my heart and I have a great relationship with their joint-CEO [Adriano] Galliani, ever since 1986, when my father closed several deals with Milan.
“[Silvio] Berlusconi's club has a small advantage but words are wind. If they want to take him to Milan, what they need is cash, because Dinamo Zagreb have set a high price for such an important player.
“What's certain is that he'll end up playing in a great club. In Serie A he'd be decisive as he has courage, character and technique.
“He's great at dribbling his opponent in spite of his powerful 187cm physique. Juventus wanted him some time ago, but Dinamo refused to sell him.”