There are lots of uncertainties regarding what Milan will look like on and off the pitch going into next season, which will impact the plans for various loan players.
Calciomercato.com have summarised the situation of the seven players who are currently out on loan in various parts of Europe…
Suso: The Spanish winger departed the Rossoneri in January, joining Sevilla on loan until June 2021, though the LaLiga side do have an option to buy.
The former Liverpool man has done a number of interviews since his departure in which he seems to give the impression of having definitively closed the Milan chapter, plus the deal can become an obligation to buy if certain easily-achievable objectives are met.
Andre Silva: Milan will probably also say goodbye to Silva, who is on loan at Eintracht Frankfurt 2021. Frankfurt, as well as the player himself, are happy with the new adventure: in the coming months the German side will start some dialogue with Milan for a possible purchase price.
Mattia Caldara: The destiny is also written for Mattia Caldara too, the outlet claims. The centre-back has convinced Atalanta after his return and the permanent purchase is practically certain. The Nerazzurri, in sixteen months, will buy the 25-year-old for a figure close to €15million.
Ricardo Rodriguez: The is however an uncertain future for Ricardo Rodriguez. The Swiss international is only on dry loan until the end of the season at PSV, but he has convinced the Eredivisie side so far, meaning a permanent deal is very possible.
Alessandro Plizzari: Plizzari is the only one who has a chance of being a key part of Milan’s squad next season. The goalkeeper, on loan until June at Livorno, could return to become the back-up goalkeeper, especially in the event of a double farewell to the Donnarumma brothers.
Tommaso Pobega: The AC Milan Primavera midfielder is showing his talents more and more with Pordenone. A convincing season in Serie B means there is air of Serie A in his future. Filippe Inzaghi’s Benevento really likes the 20-year-old, and they are one step away from promotion back to the top flight.
Pepe Reina: Unlike Plizzari, Reina is not part of the plans for the next year, due to his high salary. He will return from his loan at Aston Villa, but will leave again.