It now seems to be a formality that young striker Lorenzo Colombo will leave Milan on loan, with several clubs reportedly interested.
After a loan spell at Cremonese in the second half of last season which did not exactly go to plan, Colombo is expected to head back out on loan to get more playing time, but it is not yet clear whether the teenager will move to Brescia in the operation that will bring Sandro Tonali to the Rossoneri permanently.
According to Gianluca Di Marzio (via PianetaMilan), two clubs have asked for information about Colombo in the last few hours, both in Serie B. The journalist claims that Pisa and Ascoli are admirers of the centre-forward, and have expressed a concrete interest.
Meanwhile, Nicolo Schira is reporting that Brescia, Crotone and Frosinone are all interested in signing him, with ‘half of Serie B crazy’ to try and sign the striker given his obvious potential.