In AC Milan’s Primavera (youth) side, there are players that could get first-team experience next season, although perhaps not with the Rossoneri. In fact, two players have attracted the interest of Pescara, a report claims.
As reported by PescaraSport24.it, the Serie B side have set their sights on Marco Brescianini and Luan Capanni, both born in 2000. They were key players of Federico Giunti’s side, who secured promotion to the top-tier quite early this season.
Pescara could ask to sign the two players on loan, having followed Brescianini over the past season. Capanni, of course, has also impressed them as he scored 9 goals in 12 appearances for the Rossoneri in the second Primavera tier.
In January, they were also interested in Matteo Gabbia and Daniele Maldini but failed to reach an agreement with Milan. The relations between the clubs are good and some interesting market operations could indeed take place this summer.