AC Milan have taken the decision to let young midfielder Tommaso Pobega leave the club on loan this summer, a report claims.
Milan confirmed last month that they had agreed a new deal with Pobega until 2025, after a season in which he amassed six goals and three assists in 34 appearances across all competitions for Pordenone.
It is a three-year extension for Pobega as his previous deal was due to run out in 2022, and it is also a display from the Rossoneri management of how much faith they have in the 21-year-old.
A number of sources have suggested that Stefano Pioli would make his assessments in preseason regarding Pobega before deciding whether to loan him out or keep him around.
According to MilanNews, Pobega has indeed been observed at Milanello over the past few days and weeks, and Milan have decided to let him go on loan to find playing time. There are several interested clubs, the report adds, but the management are determined to loan him to a Serie A side.