AC Milan striker Lorenzo Colombo is ready to commit his future to the club with a renewal while waiting for word on where he will play for the rest of the season.
According to what is being reported by Calciomercato.com, there is an agreement in place for the renewal of Colombo’s contract until 2028 and the signing of it is expected this week, or next week at the latest.
Colombo and his agents already have an agreement with Monza which would see the 21-year-old join them on a one-year dry loan, but Milan have not yet given the green light to the operation at present.
Geoffrey Moncada and Antonio D’Ottavio would first like to secure a new signing for the attack but the mission seems anything but easy.
Chelsea have not yet opened the the loan of Armando Broja, Mehdi Taremi is still valued at €30m and PSG seem to want to include Hugo Ekitike in a deal with Eintracht Frankfurt for Kolo Muani operation.
That’s why Colombo now has to be patient and wait for news, because Milan would gladly keep him in the squad too.