AC Milan have rejected two offers for young midfielder Tommaso Pobega as Stefano Pioli has made the decision to keep him, a report claims.
The 20-year-old has spent the season on loan at Pordenone in Serie B and he has racked up five goals and three assists in 29 appearances across all competitions in the current campaign.
TMW recently reported that Pobega will return to Milan at the end of the season following an impressive campaign, with Torino, Fiorentina and Udinese above all interested in signing him.
According to Thursday’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews), Pioli is seriously considering making Pobega a big part of the plans for the senior team next season.
In fact, Milan have even already said no to enquiries from Sassuolo and Verona who wanted to sign him, which is a sign of how much the Rossoneri head coach believes in his.
For Pobega, the offer of a renewal until 2025 will soon be tabled and a role as a deputy to Franck Kessie will be offered.