AC Milan chief Adriano Galliani visited recovering Ghanaian teenager Isaac Akuetteh in hospital after being knocked down by a train.
The 15-year-old, who is regarded as one of the brightest talents in the youth football in Italy today, was hit by a moving train last month and only regained consciousness after eight days.
The Milan chief visited the Ghanaian teen at the Sant'Anna Hospital to wish him speed recovery.
“It 's still early to tell if he will' get back to playing football. I followed him a lot,” Galliani said.
“He was born in 99 and we follow him and try to contribute. luckily, he woke up.
“We monitored him and we'll give him assistance. It was one of the things that struck me.”
The 15-year-old Italian-born Ghanaian is the lead-man for Bertuzzo Roberto's Settore Giovanile boys bagging an incredible 21 goals in 17 games for the Rossoneris last season.