Milan and Juve are ready to plow Wonderkid Brescia

Brescia - AC Milan and Juventus could join forces to bring young players Brescia, Omar El Kaddouri. Both Serie A giants are reportedly ready to pay for each 50 percent ownership of the player.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, El Kaddouri has a residual of less than one-year contract with Brescia. It makes the Rossoneri and Bianconeri think could hijack 21-year-old player with more ease.

Previously, Brescia has agreed to sell El Kaddouri to Parma with a 3.6 million euro transfer fee, but so far the players have rejected that option, because he is aware of the Juventus interest in him.

Unfortunately, the club does not seem to want to pay as much as Parma offered to recruit El Kaddouri. The Old Lady would prefer the option of ownership along with Milan who have agreed to pay 50 percent ownership of El Kaddouri.

El Kaddouri is a player who used to operate as an attacking midfielder when he was on the gridiron. He has also defended the Belgian national team U-21, but has not managed to penetrate the senior national team of Belgium.