Official: AC Milan confirm sale of Marco Brescianini to Frosinone

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan have announced that midfielder Marco Brescianini has joined newly-promoted Frosinone on a permanent deal.

According to the official website, Milan have sold Brescianini to Frosinone Calcio in a permanent deal. The club wish him the very best in his future.

Brescianini left Milan on a dry loan deal after being linked with a few teams from the start of the summer window. It was confirmed he would play for Serie B side Cosenza where he established himself as a key player.

He spent the season prior at Monza but he made just five appearances for them while they were in Serie B, while back in April the player spoke of his dream to become a Milan player.

However, it has been judged as the best thing for the 23-year-old to leave the club on a permanent basis rather than have another loan spell, thus ending an association stretching back to the youth sector.

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  1. I not against his sale.
    But the oblivious management do realise we need at least 8 Italian trained including 4 club trained players to register a full squad in the CL, right? Or is that something they don’t need to do in the sports entertainment industry back home?

  2. Good luck on your next club dude.

    For those that unhappy we sold young Italian academy product, Brescianini is bang average, definitely not our level, and not sure if he will ever be as he is 23 already. And sadly, most of our Primavera isn’t that good currently… hopefully that too will change.

    1. Is that based on all the times you saw him play?

      How does a “bang average” player not only break into the youth team of a top European club, but is also rated as one of the best players in that group?

      If this was one player that might be different. But Milan and other clubs can’t seem to bring ANY youth players through. And the ones they slip through – like Locatelli and Cutrone – they need to produce twice the performances of new signings and will still likely be sold anyway to fund more expensive signings that end up losing the club more.

      Would Colombo have been any worse than Origi last season?

      Maldini any worse than CDK?

      What a waste of everyone’s time and money.

      30 years ago a player like Brescianini would’ve been playing in the great Milan sides. Not because he’s super world class, rating 99 in FIFA. But because he’s a solid footballer who knows the club. That is as important as any super world class players in your imagination.

      Teams win titles not a collection of individuals. Had Milan actually had a youth team policy to speak of in the last 20 years we’d have players now like Darmian, Cristante, Locatelli, Cutrone and Petagna who provide a core of players which world class players could have added to. Instead we’ve wasted money on hundreds of “bang average” players just to look busy on the transfer market.

      1. That’s not new. Brocchi, Oddo and Abate were sold after they couldn’t make first team. They found success elsewhere and team had to buy them back. It’s hard to get opportunities in big teams unless the player is exceptionally talented.

        1. First those three players played in the last 30 years (basically after the Bosman ruling brought chaos and turbo charged the transfer market).

          They did however play at a time when Milan were generally stable (and therefore successful). So with fewer transfers at Milan those players all actually played in the first team for periods of time.

          They were also “bang average”. But the point is it’s not about being “bang average “. It’s about stability. The top sides all have players that have played together for YEARS. Those players have had good and bad seasons, injuries or whatever, but they’ve continued playing in top sides, and have given those sides an identity and stability.

          Players like Henderson for Liverpool, Bonucci for Juve, Pique at Barca, and Calabria at Milan. These are not players that could move clubs easily and perform at the same level (Messi didn’t even perform at the same level at PSG in Ligue 1!).

          That’s the thing that keeps getting missed in these ratings competitions. Whether or not players perform at their potential is entirely dependent on the circumstances and you don’t actually need a team of super stars to be successful (and often that’s a recipe for disaster like at PSG). The absolute key is stability. Especially if you want to compete with the Man City’s of the world.

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