In addition to the key renewals, AC Milan are also making some plans for the future and that includes keeping an eye on their loanees. From here on until the end of the season, a lot could be decided on that front.
Calciomercato.com decided to take stock of the Rossoneri’s loanees and there are a few updates to take note of. While some are just on loan to gain more experience, others are on loan as part of a deal that could become a permanent transfer.
Starting with Jens Petter Hauge, the young winger moved to Eintracht Frankfurt ahead of the season and he has made 19 appearances, scoring three goals. The buy-out option in his contract could reach €12m with bonuses, which would be a good capital gain for Milan (who paid €4.5m).
The option will turn into an obligation when Frankfurt’s Bundesliga contract is secured for the 2022/23 season. Currently, they are in 10th place so this should end up being the case. Moving on, Mattia Caldara is on loan at Venezia and they most likely won’t exercise the buy-out clause, meaning a new club will have to be found for him.
Then we have the players that are considered a part of the Rossoneri’s future plans. Yacine Adli and Tommaso Pobega are on loan at Bordeaux and Torino respectively and both will return to Milan for next season (expected to be part of the first team).
Lorenzo Colombo, currently at SPAL, has done well this season and Milan are happy with his growth. At least one more season out on loan is expected, though, but it remains to be seen if it will be at SPAL or another club.