Wednesday July 6 2016
Milan push for Pjaca

Adriano Galliani is reportedly returning from Zagreb with Marko Pjaca’s agent, as Milan seek to beat Juventus to his signature.

The Rossoneri's CEO was spotted in Croatia today, with his agent confirming that the Diavolo have “a small advantage” in the race for the Dinamo Zagreb midfielder.

Now Gazzetta dello Sport journalist Carlo Laudisa claims that Galliani is heading back to Italy accompanied by Marko Naletilic, Pjaca’s representative.

Gianluca Di Marzio's website concurs, and adds that the Rossoneri have agreed to meet the Croatian's wage demands.

However, they must wait for approval from the Chinese consortium which is close to a takeover, which could allow rivals to interrupt the deal.

Juventus, Inter and Napoli are also fighting to sign the youngster, but it appears that Milan are in pole position as things stand.