AC Milan currently have no plans to sell Tommaso Pobega but a sizeable offer could force them to change their minds, according to a report.
TMW reported that Spezia sporting director Riccardo Pecini met with the Rossoneri leadership and a possible return for Pobega was discussed given his impressive exploits last season. He racked up 6 goals in 20 league games for the Ligurian club, continuing his development.
According to Daniele Longo of Calciomercato.com, Pobega remains in Milan’s plans for the time being and only if an offer of €12m came in would they consider a permanent sale. A loan move could become an option, but only in the event of the arrival of a fourth midfielder.
It is true that the Spezia management were at Casa Milan this afternoon to talk about the situation of the 22-year-old, but they have left empty handed and without any progress in sealing his potential return.