There continue to be rumours regarding the possible exit of Tommaso Pobega this summer, but there is reportedly no substance to them.
Pobega had his first season with Milan’s first team in 2022-23 and although he played a bit part role for the majority of the campaign he did score three goals including one in the Champions League.
There has been speculation that Torino are looking to bring him back after his loan spell there under Ivan Juric a season prior, with talks he could be involved in an exchange deal for full-back Wilfried Singo.
According to Daniele Longo of Calciomercato.com, Pobega will ‘100% remain’ with Milan beyond the summer despite the rumours about a future away from Milan.
The management and Stefano Pioli have great faith in the midfielder, who they believe be very useful given the imminent transition to a 4-3-3 formation, allowing him to play a box-to-box role which is more suited to his characteristics.