CM.it: Pobega set to return to Milan – three options on the table with price tag set

By Oliver Fisher -

Tommaso Pobega returned to being a protagonist for Spezia last night scoring twice for them against Sampdoria, and a decision about his future must be made.

According to Calciomercato.it, Pobega will return to Milan at the end of the season after his loan with Spezia is over. Last summer, the Rossoneri showed their belief in him by renewing his contract until 2025, before loaning him to the Ligurian club who can use their option to buy, but Milan have a buy-back.

It will then be up to head coach Stefano Pioli to understand whether or not to bet on the player for next season. At the moment, there are three options that seem plausible: a stay at Milan to complete the midfield department, a departure on loan or a permanent sale.

Udinese and Sassuolo are the two clubs have shown interest in the player in the past and may decide to return to pursuing him, but for Milan it would take a €15m bid for them to negotiate.

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3 Comments

  1. Anthony says:

    €12M + 50% of future sales (or a buy-back clause) if you are going to sell him outright. Make it something that we get something back in return for him or we can use the 50% clause to buy him back at a cheaper price.

    1. Martin Bernhard says:

      in regard of using a 50% clause and then buying the player back at half price should be combined with a first refusal clause because in for example pesinas case atalanta can just demand the double when dealing with us. Not likely to happen but nevertheless a posibilty. A first refusal would mean if a club offers a certain ammount to the selling club and its accepted then we just need to match the same offer to strike a deal.

  2. Martin Bernhard says:

    pobega should be kept and in regard of sassuolos interest, they should from now on untill eternity be robbed when they try to deal with us.

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