Sky: Milan set €12m asking price for academy product as Atalanta register interest

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan have set their asking price for Tommaso Pobega amid speculation that Atalanta are keen on the midfielder, a report claims.

There have been reports that interest in Pobega is growing after a positive experience in Serie B with Pordenone and a good spell last season with Spezia showing that the 21-year-old is on a growth path which could mean he is ready for a top team soon.

According to Sky journalist Gianluca Di Marzio (via MilanNews) the Primavera product is of concrete interest to Atalanta but there has not been an official offer made for him just yet from the Bergamo-based club.

The Rossoneri values ​​him at €12m or possibly even more, but for now Atalanta have not yet sent a proposal to Milan, and it remains to be seen if they will firm up their interest in Pobega. For Milan, it represents the chance to make a pure capital gain.


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4 Comments

  1. Anthony Rosati says:

    If Atalanta register interest, why not a swap deal for Pessina with option to but back Pobega?

  2. Piru says:

    Hope they dont sell Pobega at most loan with no option to buy!

  3. Shal says:

    Wasting young talents again and again to end up with Pessina/Locatelli cases. Tomaso even haven’t reached a half of his potential.

  4. yusufer says:

    what happen to managenent of this club they are not learning fron their mistake always selling young talents with potential.

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