AC Milan striker Lorenzo Colombo started his preseason campaign in the best possible way yesterday, scoring a brace, while he is attracting interest from Serie A.
TMW recall how Colombo’s first full season in Serie A on loan at Lecce yielded 5 goals and 2 assists, plus a goal in the Coppa Italia. He netted the penalty that secured their status in the top flight, and is in demand.
Teams like Genoa and Sassuolo have been linked, but the source claims that Atalanta have set their sights on the 21-year-old now and have been testing the ground with the Rossoneri to understand the possible feasibility of the negotiation.
La Dea have always been a club that focuses on the development of young players and undoubtedly could be the ideal place to grow for the Milan Primavera graduate.
What must be added to this is the possible departure of Rasmus Hojlund, the Danish striker who is the subject of a huge offer from Manchester United. If he leaves, then Colombo could become a serious option.