Milan opens talks with Fenerbahce for the Turkish duo

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AC Milan are already scanning the market for potential targets with a view to strengthening the squad during the January transfer window as well as in the summer.

According to the latest reports, the Rossoneri have two Fenerbahce players on their radar and are expected to open talks with the Turkish club soon.

The two positions that the Reds and Blacks are looking to strengthen are the left side of the defense and a defensive midfielder. Thankfully, Yacine Adli and Rade Krunic have covered the latter admirably, but a proper replacement for Theo Hernandez is still missing.

According to Calciomercato, Milan have two young Turkish players on their radar, both born in 1999 (24 years old). The first is Ferdi Kadioglu, a left-back who has been a target for Napoli in the past, and the second is defensive midfielder Ismail Yuksek.

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The report claims that Milan have a very good relationship with the Turkish side as a result of talks for Arda Guler in the summer. Although the latter ended up choosing Real Madrid, the two clubs closed the negotiations with great respect.

It remains to be seen when Milan will strengthen these positions. A striker is expected to be transferred to the San Siro in the summer for a high price, but still, perhaps at least one of the aforementioned positions could be reinforced as early as January.

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