Marco Brescianini joined Monza on a season-long loan ahead of the season but it seems he could be moving on already. However, it’s not a return to AC Milan that is on the cards but rather a new loan.
Before Milan’s pre-season started, the 22-year-old was announced by Silvio Berlusconi’s Monza, who have a good relationship with the Rossoneri. However, he has played just 342 minutes since then in all competitions.
This has obviously alarmed Milan, and rightfully so, seeing as they want Brescianini to get minutes under his belt to continue his growth. According to Gazzetta Dello Sport (via MilanNews), Serie B rivals Como are interested in taking over the loan.
It could be the right solution for all parties and especially Brescianini and Milan. It’s never ideal to have one of your loanees without playing time, given that the whole point of the loan is to guarantee just that.