Milan are ready to move for Marko Pjaca but Dynamo Zagreb don’t want to let their star go for less than €20 million
Croatia’s progress through the 2016 European Championships came to a halt in Lens on Saturday, and it for many it was early exit for a team whose superstar talent garnered much praise earlier in the tournament.
But it wasn’t just Croatia’s main men who attracted plaudits, Dynamo Zagreb’s Marko Pjaca turned a few heads, too. In the one hundred or so minutes afforded to him at the tournament by coach Ante Čačić the winger did enough to make himself the object of several European club’s affections.
AC Milan have actually been on Pjaca’s trail for over a year now but it would seem that they’ve finally seen enough to make a serious move for him and club officials are ready to make contact with Zagreb for the services of the 21 year-old.
The rossoneri would be looking to spend something in the region of €13 million on the winger and Pjaca himself is open to a move to the San Siro. If there is a hurdle to overcome at this stage, however, it would most likely be the price, as Dynamo are looking to hold out for €20 million.