Two clubs from abroad are interested in signing Tommaso Pobega from AC Milan this summer, according to a report.
Milan chose to let Pobega leave on loan to Spezia during the summer transfer window having got a deal for Sandro Tonali over the line. Although an option to buy is included in favour of the newly-promoted club, the Rossoneri management also inserted a buy-back clause to protect themselves and also renewed his contract until 2025.
According to the latest from TMW, the performances of the Italy U21 international are beginning to attract some interest from foreign clubs. Premier League high-flyers Leicester City are pressing for the midfielder, as are Eintracht Frankfurt in the Bundesliga, with the former more serious.
The Rossoneri are evaluating his sale and the possibility that the player goes abroad is real and concrete. Of course, given that he is a youth product means any sale would generate pure capital gains for the balance sheet.