CM: Milan’s plan on track despite lack of playing time for January signing

By Isak Möller -

Filippo Terracciano joined AC Milan from Hellas Verona in January and since then, the youngster has made just four appearances for the club. However, as a report highlights, things are progressing according to plan. 

Milan signed Terracciano for €4.5m from the Bentegodi side in January and tomorrow, the full-back will be up against his former side. He might get some minutes off the bench, but he will certainly not play from the first minute.

Having played just 52 minutes since his arrival, some might have doubts about the signing. However, as reported by, things are progressing according to plan. Milan never meant for Terracciano to have loads of playing time immediately, but the injury crisis at the time also meant leaving him at Verona on loan was not ideal.

Geoffrey Moncada and Antonio D’Ottavio like the 21-year-old a lot but time is inevitably needed to get used to Milan’s playing style. We have seen it with several youngsters in the past and Terracciano will get his chance eventually.

In the summer, Milan will make a new evaluation and should he be deemed ready, then they will allocate the budget to other positions. Terracciano could thus be the deputy for Theo Hernandez, as well as an option for the right side.

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      1. RLC needs a rest too and Milan probably isn’t buying a new #10 this summer so why not give him a chance at least during the pre-season…

        1. Sure but I think it would be good if he could get a year more at Monza but if he keeps up the anttics at this pace its pretty difficult for anyone to argue against it 🙂 i would be really sorry to not to retain control of the player because ive always had some faith in him. Anyways this loan is great for him and his confidence, hopefully he can keep it up to some extent throughout the spring and beyond.

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