There are at least three clubs interested in signing young midfielder Tommaso Pobega from AC Milan, according to a report.
There have been reports that interest in Pobega is growing after a positive experience in Serie B with Pordenone and a good spell last season with Spezia, showing that the 21-year-old is on a growth path which could mean he is ready for a top team soon.
According to the latest from Daniele Longo on Twitter, it is not only Atalanta that are keen on signing Pobega once the transfer window opens tomorrow. In addition to La Dea, both Sampdoria and Hellas Verona have set their sights on the Italy U21 international.
Of course, any sale would allow the Rossoneri to register a pure capital gain given that he came through the club’s academy system. Milan could therefore be left with a difficult decision: raise cash to help the accounts or give the player a chance.