Torino seem to have given up on any hopes they had of convincing AC Milan to let them keep Tommaso Pobega, according to a report.
Today’s edition of Tuttosport (via MilanNews) writes how Pobega will return to Milan to stay this time after his third consecutive loan spell. He spent a year in Serie B with Pordenone when he was 20, then he spent last season in Serie A with Spezia where he seemed to acclimatise.
Now, the midfielder is impressing at Torino under their head coach Ivan Juric, having racked up 24 appearances, 4 goals and 1 assist so far playing in a variety of roles, from being in the double pivot to mezzala to even playing further forward.
The Milan management believe that the 22-year-old is proving to have the right characteristics to fit into Stefano Pioli’s midfield and take the place of Tiemoué Bakayoko, according to the newspaper, just as we reported earlier this week.