A summer move to AC Milan for Christian Eriksen would be an 'interesting solution', according to his agent, although he expects the reported Manchester United target to further his development with Ajax.
Eriksen is one of the most highly regarded young talents currently operating in Europe, and is destined to make a high-profile transfer at some point in the not too distant future.
The 20-year-old has reportedly been courted by numerous clubs, with AC Milan and Manchester United two of the most prominent sides supposedly interested in the midfielder.
Eriksen featured against Manchester United in each of Ajax's Europa League meetings with the Old Trafford club this season, and Sir Alex Ferguson will surely have been impressed by his performances.
But a move to the San Siro could be an option for Eriksen, says Martin Schoots, but it is more likely the Denmark international will remain in Amsterdam for a while longer.
"AC Milan is an interesting solution and a way forward," he said, according to talkSPORT.
"I don't know if he's ready for such an important club, but he certainly has the qualities to do well in all leagues.
"At this time, however, his task is to grow at Ajax."
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