The agent of AC Milan midfielder Tommaso Pobega has revealed what the future holds for his client, amid reports he will be assessed this summer.
It was reported by Tuttosport (via MilanLive) earlier in the week that the Rossoneri are keeping a close eye on the progress of Pobega, who has been on loan for two seasons. After his experience in Ternana in Serie C last season, he is now doing excellently for Pordenone in Serie B.
From a central midfield role he has amassed five goals and three assists in 19 league appearances, and he only became a starter towards the end of November under head coach Attilio Tesser.
The player’s representative Patrick Bastianelli was interview by MilanNews about his client’s present situation and how he sees the future with Milan.
“How is his season progressing? Very well, Tommaso is having a superb season, having also scored five goals, he is growing from game to game.
“He has a contract expiring on June 30, 2022. I believe that Pobega has the physical, technical, character and moral qualities to play in a great team in the future. Milan are very attentive and are following his growth with great attention.
“Tommaso is focused on ending the season well with Pordenone. He is ready to play in Serie A as a protagonist. As far as the best course is concerned, it is premature to talk about it today even if with Milan to date there has been full harmony in creating the right path of growth together, and the results are being seen.
“Tommaso is a boy with important human values, a serious boy, very mature for his age. Among other things, he is passionate about NBA and likes to cook. He takes great care of every aspect related to food.
“He is very determined, perfectionist, cheerful and positive. Great credit also goes to his family, father Giorgio and mother Elena made him grow up in a serene way, transmitting important values and an always constructive attitude.”
Tuttosport added that Milan will bring him back in the summer to evaluate him during preseason, while Primavera captain Marco Brescianini could head out on loan.