Sky: Milan youngster expected to leave on loan as two Swiss clubs enquire

By Isak Möller -

Marko Lazetic has been getting very limited playing time with the first team of AC Milan this season and a loan move is now on the cards for the youngster. In fact, two Swiss clubs have enquired about the situation, a report claims. 

The Serbian striker, aged 19, joined Milan a year ago and has since been working mostly with the Primavera side. In fact, he has just made two appearances with the first team for a total of 12 minutes, eight of which came this season.

According to Sky Italia, Basel and Young Boys have enquired about the situation and Lazetic is likely to leave in the final days of the winter market. It makes sense for the youngster as he needs consistent playing time.

Ignazio Abate, the head coach of the Primavera, will surely feel a bit disappointed but he has other good replacements for the centre-forward role. And Lazetic, who has rejected loan moves previously to stay with the Primavera, now seems ready for a move.

Tags AC Milan Basel Marko Lazetic Young Boys


  1. Poli’s mistake again?

    All the new youths are in cold feet. None given confidence to explode
    A waste of talents roting in milanello

    1. One and half to two reasons ago, Pioli would have given him a chance. Now the man is even scared to change formation how much more fielding unproven talents. Jitters of finally being at the top.

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