Incoming AC Milan boss Ralf Rangnick is monitoring Matteo Pessina to see if he is worth bringing back ahead of next season, it is claimed.
Pessina left Milan in 2017 as a counterpart in the deal which saw Andrea Conti come the other way, and the 23-year-old is now starting to shine having joined Hellas Verona last summer on loan with option to buy.
According to what Gianluca Di Marzio has told Sky Italia (via MilanNews), Rangnick will watch tonight’s game between Hellas Verona and Inter and in particular Pessina’s performance.
Milan not only have a percentage of future resale on Pessina but they can also buy him back. It therefore remains to be understood if he is a player who could become part of the Milan of the future.
Milan are entitled to a percentage between 40-50% of future resale, but interestingly this does mean that Milan theoretically could beat the competition and sign him at half the price.