MN: Juventus interest and Milan’s clause – Frosinone star attracting attention

By Oliver Fisher -

Juventus might have eventually gotten the better of Frosinone on Sunday at the Allianz Stadium, but Marco Brescianini’s performance has captured some attention. recall that he scored the goal to make it 2-1 to the away side and he will most likely be one of the names that continues to be in the headlines in view of the summer, because several clubs have already set their sights on him.

The sporting director of Frosinone, Guido Angelozzi, spoke about Brescianini in an interview with Tuttosport and explained his belief that he is destined to head to the top.

“Brescianini is a very strong player for me and he can become a Juventus player, a Milan player, an Inter player, a Napoli player… because he has all the requirements,” he began.

“He is a complete midfielder, born in 2000, who comes from an important youth sector like that of Milan and is doing wonderful things in Frosinone. He can do it at a top club.”

The midfielder is one of the most prized pieces in the squad already after they signed him from Milan last summer, and he is already worth over €10m, but the figure could rise further if he guarantees this level of performance until at the end of the season.

The final price will be determined by the market and the offers that arrive, but there is another point not to be forgotten: Milan will collect 50% of the proceeds from a potential sale, as per a clause agreed at the time of his exit.

The percentage would also allow Milan to re-sign him at a figure considerably lower than other clubs, but Brescianini’s return is not a concrete idea at the moment for the Rossoneri. Juventus and Atalanta are keen though, and the list of suitors may grow over the next few weeks.


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  1. Not sure if correct, last year at 23 he played the full season as a starter for a relegating Serie B team, this year he’s playing as a starter in a Serie A team (although a relegating one) and looking pretty good. Also played as CM, DM, AM, LM and LB so tactical awareness should be ok.

    Is he good for a bigger team? Don’t know but he doesn’t look like he’s taking things for granted. Also Di Francesco is a good coach.

    Would have preferred if we had a buy clause since we need home-grown players. Between Zeroli and Brescianini, right now I’ll take Brescianini.

    1. Zeroli is 19 and has already made an appearance for Milan. Brescianini is 24 and is only now catching the eye at Frosinone. I’d venture that Zeroli has a higher ceiling. Let Brescianini go somewhere else so we get more money and focus on developing Zeroli.

  2. Why not bring him back as squad depth option. Him and Pobega would offer decent service from bench or as rotation, and also qualify as homegrown talent which helps in the squad registration. Every team needs working class players in midfield, similar to the gattusos, brocchis and ambrosinis of the past, to compliment the artists like pirlo and seedorf

    1. Bring him back? That would cost money. And he’s Italian. That’s a “H*LL NO!” from the management. They only want players from abroad.

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