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SportMilan join Southampton in race to sign Djenepo

01:40  30 may  2019
01:40  30 may  2019 Source:   readsport.co

Standard Liege boss discusses Southampton's potential Djenepo swoop

Standard Liege boss discusses Southampton's potential Djenepo swoop Standard Liege manager Michel Preud’homme has hinted that Southampton’s possible €22 million swoop to sign Moussa Djenepo could be too good to turn down. The Saints have been linked with a summer move to sign the Malian winger, who has earned plaudits for his displays in the Belgian Pro League. Ralph Hasenhuttl could be looking to add more attacking firepower to his squad after guiding the club to Premier League safety during his first half-season in charge at St Mary’s Stadium.

Italian giants AC Milan have joined Southampton in the race to land Moussa Djenepo this summer. According to Sports Media Set, Milan are Southampton have been heavily linked with Djenepo , with reports suggesting that the club are closing in on a deal to sign him. He is believed to be valued at

Italian giants AC Milan have joined Southampton in the race to land Moussa Djenepo this summer. According to Sports Media Set, Milan are interested in a deal to sign the forward ahead of next season. They list him as one of 10 young stars that Milan are currently tracking, which suggests that he may

Milan join Southampton in race to sign Djenepo © Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images Sport Royal Standard de Liege v Sevilla - UEFA Europa League - Group J

Italian giants AC Milan have joined Southampton in the race to land Moussa Djenepo this summer.

According to Sports Media Set, Milan are interested in a deal to sign the forward ahead of next season.

They list him as one of 10 young stars that Milan are currently tracking, which suggests that he may not be one of their priority targets.

Milan join Southampton in race to sign Djenepo © Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images Sport Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images Sport

The 20-year-old has been impressing for Standard Liege in Belgium this season, catching the eye of both Southampton and Milan in the process.

Fenerbahce scouting Saints target Djenepo

Fenerbahce scouting Saints target Djenepo Fenerbahce are reportedly keeping a close eye on Southampton target Moussa Djenepo. According to claims from Turkish news outlet Ajansspor, the Super Lig outfit are casting an eye over several promising players ahead of possible summer swoops, and the Mali international is among them. Djenepo enjoyed an impressive season with Standard Liege in the Pro League and has been heavily linked with a move to Southampton. He emerged as one of the most exciting young players in Belgium during the 2018/19 campaign, prompting reported interest from clubs across the continent.

The Saints are reportedly hoping to sign Djenepo , a versatile 20-year-old attacker who plays for Standard Liege and the Mali national team. Southampton will have to contend with competition from Serie A side AC Milan for the signature of versatile attacker Moussa Djenepo , according to a report

Horse Racing . Southampton have come to an agreement with Standard Liege to sign Mali winger Moussa Djenepo . Djenepo is currently with the Mali squad that will take part in the Africa Cup of Nations, which begins on 21 June, and is scheduled to join up with Southampton after the tournament.

Southampton have been heavily linked with Djenepo, with reports suggesting that the club are closing in on a deal to sign him.

He is believed to be valued at around €22m, which would be a club-record signing for Southampton if they were to pull it off, eclipsing their £19m signing of Guido Carrillo by roughly £300k.

Ralph Hasenhuttl is yet to make his first signing for Southampton since arriving at the club in December 2018.

Hasenhuttl reveals Saints followed Djenepo from January.
Ralph Hasenhuttl has revealed that Southampton had been scouting Moussa Djenepo since January following his move to the club. Twitter: @MoussaDjenepo2 @Standard_RSCL Please welcome our newest Saint, @MoussaDjenepo2! | #saintsfc https://t.co/FhQQGgHOk6 (@SouthamptonFC) The winger arrived from Standard Liege on Thursday after a work permit was granted, and he has put pen to paper on a four-year contract at St Mary’s Stadium. Djenepo impressed in

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