As the end of the winter transfer windows approaches, new ideas come up in terms of potential last minute deals.
The latest hot name is Paok’s Robert Mak, who’s being followed by Ac Milan and Fiorentina, according to gianlucadimarzio.com. Mak, a 24-year-old Slovak, is a winger whose best weapons are pace and a natural talent in delivering assists. Considered one of the best talents of Slovak football, Mak was noticed by Manchester City scouts early in 2006, but he failed to make a first team breakthrough in England.
He then moved to German side Nurnberg, where he enjoyed a good first season before fading performances meant he was loaned to the reserves squad.
Eventually, in 2014 Paok gave him an opportunity he didn’t miss and after 46 appearances and 10 goals he’s back at the best of his form -having also regained national team consideration. Now, at €4 million value and with Ac Milan and Fiorentina on the hunt for a left wing, he could make the big step and move to Italy.