MN: Torino hoping to break down Milan’s wall over Pobega – the Rossoneri’s stance

By Oliver Fisher -

Tommaso Pobega has taken just a few months to convince Torino that he is worth fighting to keep, according to a report.

Milan made the decision to send Pobega back out on loan during the summer window after his previous spells with Pordenone and with Spezia, to continue his development process at a club where he will get more playing time than he would with the Rossoneri considering the quality of the midfielders available to Stefano Pioli.

MilanNews writes how the maturation of Pobega under the guidance of new Torino head coach Ivan Juric is evident and Milan feel like they – in conjunction with the player – made a good choice regarding his loan destination.

A first ever call-up for the senior national team from Roberto Mancini has arrived and now the Granata are trying to find a ‘crack in the solid wall’ that the Milan management have put up because they want a chance of keeping him permanently.

Currently the 22-year-old is on a dry loan while Il Toro would like to find a way to insert a purchase clause. What filters from Milan though is that they are not considering a sale, they are happy with his development and they plan to welcome back a more ready player next summer when his future will be decided again.

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