AC Milan have announced that goalkeeper Alessandro Plizzari has joined Delfino Pescara on a permanent deal.
Through a statement on their official website, Milan have confirmed that Plizzari has been allowed to leave to start a new adventure with Pescara, having come through the academy with the Rossoneri.
The club went on record to thank Alessandro for the professionalism that he has always displayed and wished him the very best for the future, both professionally and personally.
The 22-year-old only made three appearances for Lecce last season after joining on a loan deal at the end of the January transfer window, and he will now drop down a level and play for Pescara in Serie C.
The Italian has never managed to make a senior appearance for Milan but he did have some previous loan spells at teams such as Ternana, Livorno and Reggina, not quite managing to crack Serie A.