The future is here.
This time around, the Rossoneri are set to make a move for Borussia Dortmund’s talented midfielder, Brondel Lake.
It is a move that has been in the works for some time.
Last week, the club announced the signing of Portuguese international Pedro.
But that is not the only player on their radar.
They have also been linked with Liverpool and Arsenal’s Lucas Leiva.
They have also had talks with the likes of Roma, Napoli and Roma, but all of these are still in the process of completing the deal.
Now, there are several clubs in the market for the 26-year-old.
The most recent interest comes from the German side Bayern Munich.
According to the Mirror, Bayern have already made an approach for the player.
Bayern, who have been linked to former Lazio and Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic, have been interested in Lake since last summer.
But the player has stated that he does not want to leave the Bundesliga for nothing.
The Bundesliga is a very big club, but he wants to stay.
He has a contract with Dortmund until 2021 and he would like to continue his career in the German league, where he scored more than a hundred goals in just eight years.
In a press conference, the player said: “It is always difficult to leave a club when you have such a great squad.
There is no doubt that I have a contract for another year, but I cannot say that I will leave.
It is only in my head.
I want to keep playing and continue my career here.””
I am enjoying the Bundesliga, playing for the team and helping the team.”
In fact, he is currently enjoying playing in the Champions League and Europa League.
He also has a loan spell with Espanyol and is in talks with Inter Milan.
This is just one of the things that have made Lake’s future so enticing.
Last season, the German international scored more goals than anyone else in the Bundesliga.
And it was not the first time he has played in the league.
In his time at Borussia, he scored over a hundred league goals.
The 24-year old is not only a talented footballer, he has also made some good friends at the club as well.
After all, he was at Dortmund for over a decade and he even shared a dressing room with the former Liverpool manager, Brendan Rodgers.
He was also instrumental in helping the Reds win the Europa League last season and also helped them to a title in his first season as a professional.
There are also talks about a move to the Premier League, but Lake has stated his preference for staying in the English top flight.