Foot Mercato are reporting that AC Milan have reached an agreement with Saint-Étienne goalkeeper Noah Raveyre (17), who is yet to sign his first professional contract.
Raveyre has already made his professional debut in Ligue 2, filling in for Etienne Green earlier this season, who was sent off during Saint-Étienne’s 6-0 loss to Le Havre. Along with Lisandru Olmeta, an AS Monaco academy goalkeeper, who is also yet to sign his first professional deal, Raveyre is one of the great goalkeeping prospects of French football.
However, his development looks set to continue abroad. Raveyre has failed to agree terms on a professional deal with Les Vers and will therefore leave the Ligue 2 club. According to Foot Mercato, he will “almost certainly” join Serie A side AC Milan. There is already a verbal agreement in place for the move. Should he join the Italian club, Raveyre would join their youth set-up.
GFFN | Luke Entwistle