Midfielder Tommaso Pobega will return after his latest loan spell but is not likely to remain at AC Milan at the moment, according to a report.
After two loans at Terni in Serie C and Pordenone in Serie B, Maldini and Massara made the decision to renew Pobega’s contract until 2025 before sending him on a new one-year loan to Spezia, where he impressed.
Staying at Milan and playing in the Champions League with Pioli would be a dream for Pobega, plus there is the fact he woudl be a home-grown player for the UEFA squad list and would be able to cover when Kessie and Bennacer leave for the African Cup of Nations.
According to the latest from Daniele Longo of Calciomercato.com on Twitch (via MilanPosts) though, Tommaso Pobega is not very likely to stay at Milan as things stand. The player is conscious that he must play continuously to continue his growth process, and feels that staying at Milan would give him less chances to play.