Tommaso Pobega’s future is yet to be decided, a report claims, but one thing that does seem certain is that AC Milan will benefit either way.
As Calciomercato.com writes, Pobega was loaned to Spezia for the season and after a fantastic start to his spell with the Ligurian club, the had some inconsistency in the mid-season period which cost him a spot in the starting line-up. However, yesterday – during the 2-2 draw between Spezia and Sampdoria – the 21-year-old midfielder scored a brace which makes it five goals for him in 18 appearances.
With regards the contractual situation, it must be noted that Pobega is owned by Milan and is on loan at Spezia until the end of the season with an option to buy in their favour, but the Rossoneri have reserved a possible buy-back which will be exercised if necessary.
The most likely solution is that at the end of the season Pobega will return to Milanello but to be almost certainly sold, and this time on a permanent basis. Milan value him at around €15m mark, which is the minimum amount from which to start a negotiation. There have been expressions of interest above all from abroad, the main club being Eintracht Frankfurt.