Lorenzo Colombo left AC Milan this summer to join SPAL on a season-long loan and he is doing very well so far in Serie B.
The 19-year-old striker has become a starter for the Ferrara-based side and has already scored 4 goals and assisted another one in 7 Serie B matches this season, attracting a lot of attention.
During the summer transfer market, there was a lot of interest in Colombo in Serie B, with Pisa having expressed great interest in the player and Cellino’s Brescia asking the striker as a counterpart in the operation that made Sandro Tonali’s move to Milan permanent.
But the Rossoneri always wanted to send away their starlet only on loan, as they count on him for the future. And this is destined to remain so.
As reported by Gazzetta dello Sport (via calciomercato.com), Sassuolo have recently expressed their interest in Colombo, but there is no opening from Milan to a potential sale of the striker, who is tied to the club with a contract until 2024.