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.