AC Milan are expected to loan Tommaso Pobega out as they look to seal a couple more signings, according to a report.
Calciomercato.com reports that after the signing of Alessandro Florenzi, the Rossoneri management will focus on signing a fourth midfielder for the rotations. Pobega is seen as more of a deputy to Franck Kessie, as well as Tonali, but he could leave on loan. It will not be a permanent exit because Maldini and Massara strongly believe in him and want to give him the opportunity to find more playing time than Pioli can guarantee him at the moment.
If Pobega leaves, that slot in midfield will be free for a deputy to Bennacer. More specifically, Milan are looking for a technically gifted midfield profile who is young and in line with the now well-known club strategy. Yacine Adli of Bordeaux is the target, and the Girondins are asking for a sum of just over €10m plus a percentage on future resale, which makes things affordable for Milan.
MilanNews confirm the news that Adli as seen as more of a player for the double pivot than someone who would come in and be the new attacking midfielder.