Marko Lazetic, the star of AC Milan’s Primavera side, has attracted the interest of several Italian clubs and a loan move could thus be on the cards. However, it will be up to the player himself to decide, a report claims.
The Serbian striker arrived from Red Star Belgrade in January of this year and has since made two appearances for the first team. For the Primavera side, though, he has played 15 games and found the back of the net five times.
Having disposed of a couple of minor injury struggles, the 18-year-old is now making waves and as per QS (via MilanNews), a loan move could materialise. The likes of Reggina, Cagliari, Sampdoria, Cremonese and a few Eredivisie clubs have expressed their interest.
Milan are open to a loan but will ultimately let Lazetic decide, just like in the summer when he decided to stay. There is one condition for the loan move, however, and it’s that it has to be an Italian club to facilitate the Rossoneri’s monitoring.