AC Milan are not currently planning on sending Yacine Adli out on loan but that could change if the player asks to leave, a report claims.
Adli was bought by Milan in the 2021 summer transfer market, but left on loan at Bordeaux for another season where he suffered relegation to Ligue 2 but gained valuable experience in a number of different positions.
After a promising preseason campaign in which the Frenchman showed glimpses of his confidence and creativity, Adli has so far amassed just 114 minutes in four Serie A appearances with the Rossoneri, having been left out of the Champions League squad list.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport (via PianetaMilan), the hypothesis of a loan in the 2023 winter transfer window is gaining momentum. It would not be a permanent farewell, but more a chance for him to get consistent minutes to help his development.
Milan have faith in Adli and do not regret having invested €10m in him, so the idea of a loan would only become serious if the playmaker himself made a request to be sent out. Otherwise, the young talent would remain at Milan to try fight for a place in Stefano Pioli’s plans.