Two Frosinone directors came to Casa Milan today to discuss the possibility of signing three young players from Milan, according to a report.
Even though there is a game on Sunday that will determine the entire outcome of Milan’s season, plans have begun for the 2021-22 campaign including what should be done with some young players who are either returning from loan or might need more playing time to help their development.
Gianluca Di Marzio (via MilanNews) reports that the Frosinone directors Angelozzi and Piero Doronzo were at Casa Milan to talk to the Rossoneri about three players, namely Giacomo Olzer, Marco Brescianini and Lorenzo Colombo.
The former is a playmaker who has had a fantastic season with the Primavera, Brescianini is a 21-year-old central midfielder who has spent the last year on loan to Virtus Entella, while Colombo is an 18-year-old centre-forward who has been on loan to the Cremonese since January. Milan, however, do not seem willing to let the latter leave.