Not Just Fabregas For The Milan Midfield

According to Tuttosport, AC Milan director Ariedo Braida continues to follow Arsenal ace Cesc Fabregas. Looking further afield, he's flying out to South America while other Rossoneri scouts scour the European market in order to bolster the midfield ranks.After their dismal start to the campaign, with back-to-back defeats in the first two rounds, the Diavoli have picked up five wins and a draw. They now sit in fourth place, just one point adrift of leaders Inter, Napoli and Udinese.
This high position in the table has made for a nice change, as Carlo Ancelotti's side basically relinquished their title ambitions before Christmas over the past two seasons.
The former Juventus tactician admitted yesterday that it's a pleasant feeling being up there with local rivals Inter, and that his squad is serious title material this term.
Meanwhile, the Diavoli directors are actively working to further reinforce the side, either in the winter transfer session or during next summer's Calciomercato.
There were reports last week suggesting that Spanish star Fabregas was on the radar of a number of Serie A top sides, including president Silvio Berlusconi's outfit, as the 21-year-old has reportedly turned down a new deal with the Gunners.
Now, Turin-based paper Tuttosport has claimed that transfer guru Braida is set to fly out to South America, along with former Rossoneri full-back Serginho, in order to evaluate some rising stars.
Moreover, other scouts are in Holland to keep a close eye on two midfield men: Croatian Danijel Pranjić and Dutchman Roy Beerens, who both play for Heerenveen.
Finally, the Rossoneri continue to track both Goteborg's Swedish marksman Robin Söder and Dynamo Kyiv midfielder Taras Mikhalik.


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