AC Milan have reportedly set their sights on signing young Olympiacos midfielder Aguibou Camara, who has also been linked with a move to Liverpool.
The 20-year-old is about to embark on his first major international tournament with Guinea in the Africa Cup of Nations this month, after earning his place in the squad having made nine senior appearances for his country.
Four goals and as many assists in 14 Greek Superleague appearances this season has caught the eye of many other top European clubs, and just six months into his career at Olympiacos, the youngster is being linked with another move.
Italian source Calciomercato reports that AC Milan have joined Liverpool in showing an interest in Camara, who is likely to be valued at a high price by the Greek giants with four years left on his current contract.
Olympiacos acquired Camara from Lille for a small transfer sum only covering training compensation due to his young age, but the report suggests that a positive Africa Cup of Nations for Camara could drive his price tag up even further.
The Guinea international has managed five goals and four assists in 25 appearances for Olympiacos across all competitions in his first season with the club.