Milan and Torino Kick the Tires for Feyenoord Fullback

Marcus Pedersen has found at least a pair of suitors in Serie A, as Torino and Milan have set sights on him. Inter had some minor interest in the past. However, they are about to sign Juan Cuadrado and won’t target other options in the same role, as Denzel Dumfries is currently expected to stay put.

According to Alfredo Pedullà, the Rossoneri are assessing a few options to join Davide Calabria at the position. They have had multiple contacts for Wilfried Singo. Real Valladolid’s Ivan Fresneda is also in their crosshairs, but he’s the most expensive of the lot.

Milan and Torino will have to shell approximately €7M to onboard Pedersen. He joined Feyenoord from Molde two years ago for €2M. He has collected 87 appearances with the Dutch club, logging 7 assists and scoring once.

The Granata have already brought in one man in the role, Raoul Bellanova, but they’ll likely need another one. Singo has strong chances to depart since he has just a year on his contract. The extension talks haven’t gone well.

Our Take on Pedersen, Milan, and Torino

It could be simply a tactic by the Rossoneri to get the competitors to lower the asking price for their talent. Neither is a perfect fit for a four-man defense, but they have time to groom a youngster since they already have a reliable veteran.

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