AC Milan are evaluating a new loan opportunity for striker Lorenzo Colombo and a short trip across Lombardy could be an option, a report claims.
La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanLive) writes how the management believe a full season in the second tier would be useful for the striker to mature after a six-month loan at Cremonese in which he struggled for playing time.
The paper adds that Brescia are very interested in signing the teenager and Massimo Cellino has obtained a promise from him too: when the time comes to look consider a potential loan departure, Colombo will take Brescia into consideration.
It could be a good solution for the the Primavera graduate’s immediate future as they have just hired Filippo Inzaghi as their new head coach, and he could help Colombo develop in a side that must be among the favourites to go up.
Milan have good relations with Brescia and with Cellino they are now defining the final details of Sandro Tonali’s permanent purchase, meanwhile.