The Italian Serie A side could soon make the Ghanaian striker one of their summer signings
Italian Serie A side, Chievo Verona are closing in on young Ghanaian forward, Maxwell Boadu Acosty.
The budding striker who is owned by Fiorentina spent last season on loan at Juve Stabia where he helped the Serie B side to finish 9th on the league table.
Chievo have confirmed that they will sign the Ghanaian striker alongside Sparta Prague midfielder, Manuel Pamic.
"Sannino will be the new coach of Chievo and in addition the club will sign Sparta Prague midfielder Manuel Pamic as well as Ghanaian striker Maxwell Boadu Acosty who spent last season on loan at Juve Stabia," sports director of Chievo, Sartori confirmed in the Italian media
Acosty who is yet to be capped at any level by Ghana holds an Italian passport and was last season linked with a move to English Premiership side, Fulham.
The 21-year-old has also featured for Serie B side Reggina and has made only five senior appearances for his parent club Fiorentina before joining Juve Stabia on loan last season.
His market value is reported to be in the region of 900,000 Euros.