AC Milan seem to have found an agreement which will see young striker Marko Lazetic leave the club on another loan deal, reports claims.
After a positive first six months of the season, bagging five goals for the Primavera and even making an appearance for the first team, Milan decided to send Lazetic out on loan to Austrian side SCR Altach last season.
It gave him the chance to work under ex-Lazio striker Miroslav Klose who is head coach there, but he never established himself as a starter, playing just one game from the first minute and sustaining an injury too.
According to Sky and Gianluca Di Marzio, Lazetic is about to leave Milan again. The management have decided to send him on another season-long loan, this time to Fortuna Sittard in the Netherlands.
The brief wording infers that it will be a dry loan deal, therefore with no option or obligation to buy included because the Rossoneri wanted to maintain control over the former Red Star man.