Lecce Prodigy Catches Juventus and Milan Attention

Patrick Dorgu has gone up a level after the arrival of Luca Gotti on the Lecce bench, and the interest from the top Serie A sides, especially Juventus and Milan, has only intensified. He just bagged his second Serie A goal versus Sassuolo. It’ll be very tough for the Salentini to keep ahold of him this summer.

According to Tuttomercatoweb, the Rossoneri have been keen on him for a while. They have been lacking a proper Theo Hernandez deputy for years. They haven’t been attached to new names after giving up the chase for Juan Miranda.

Juventus joined Milan in pursuit of Dorgu more recently. They have long decided to move on from Alex Sandro. Filip Kostic could be on his way out, too, if he receives decent offers.

Lecce paid just €200k to acquire the starlet from Nordsjaelland. He was promoted to the first team after a season with their title-winning Primavera side. His price tag starts from €20M and will only go up with a bidding war. The 19-year-old revealed in an interview that he grew up as a Chelsea fan. He has registered 29 Serie A appearances.

Our Take on Milan, Juventus, and Dorgu

He has all the time in the world to hone in new positions, but he has been clearly better as a winger and with a fullback behind him so he can attack without worries. That wouldn’t fit the Rossoneri’s needs. The Old Lady will likely focus more on the right wing.

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