AC Milan have joined Arsenal and Everton in the race for Udinese starlet Jakub Jankto.
The 21-year-old central midfielder has been earning rave reviews in Italy for his performances with Udines, scoring seven goals and creating a further five in Just 35 appearances for the Serie A club.
It’s believed Arsenal and Everton are keeping tabs on the youngster, while Juventus are also reportedly interested in the Czech Republic midfielder.
Italian publication Calciomercato, as reported by talkSPORT.com, now suggest AC Milan are the latest team to express an interest in the former Slavia Prague player.
AC Milan spent a substantial amount of cash over the summer and are prepared to do the same when the January transfer window opens. Jankto is believed to be high on their wanted list, but Udinese are unlikely to sanction a sale until the end of the season and will see if interest has increased by that time.