ML: Milan smiling as Nasti continues to star for the Primavera – Juve’s offer and the next step

By Oliver Fisher -

A lot of speculation has done the rounds about who AC Milan’s striker for the future might be and potential signings related to that issue, but Marco Nasti is turning heads with his performances in the Primavera.

MilanLive reports how he scored a brace against Bologna earlier this week to take his tally to 9 league goals scoring in just 9 games played, at an average of now goal per game. Nasti opened the scoring and got a brace in five minutes, following up his equaliser in the derby in the right way.

Nasti is one of the most promising talents in the youth sector and is already knocking on the door of Stefano Pioli’s first team. In 2019 he joined the U19s and then made the leap to the Primavera (U23s) the following year. At the end of last year his name rose to prominence thanks to a call-up to the first team in the match at San Siro against Napoli.

His Serie A debut has not yet arrived but the 18-year-old is doing everything to prove that he deserves one. He has also ended up in the sights of Juventus as the Bianconeri offered €500k to sign him, but the Rossoneri management immediately refused it. A loan spell in Serie B could be next on the cards, just as Lorenzo Colombo is currently doing.

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  1. This is why we should sign Belotti for free instead of spending on another CF. We have Nasti and Lazetic at 18, plus Colombo still at 19. Belotti just turned 28, is a really good striker, and should be good for the entire duration of his contract. For next year, Giroud is still under contract and will be a perfectly fine back up. We should only spend in case none of the three youngsters step up in the next couple of years. It could happen, sure, but it’s also a possibility that all three pan out.
    We have more urgent needs, just get Belotti and spend on a RW and/or a CAM.

    1. I am also in agreement here. Belotti looks a safe bet too considering he’s tried and tested in Serie-A, he is a boyhood fan, and his profile almost tick every boxes. The only negatives is that recently he became more injury prone and he wasn’t as lethal as some seasons ago. However, he’s available for free and probably won’t command much in wages, and he would still have some resale value in case this goes south.

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