Tomorrow evening, AC Milan and Torino will take on each other in the 32nd round of Serie A. While the focus is mainly on that, the two clubs are also evaluating potential operations for the summer mercato.
Ahead of the season, Milan decided to loan out Tommaso Pobega to Torino and the midfielder has been a huge success for them. The Rossoneri also agreed to send Pietro Pellegri back to Monaco, thus making it possible for Torino to sign him.
As reported by Tuttosport (via MilanNews), there could be more operations for the Milan-Torino axis in the summer. The first operation concerns Pobega as Torino want to keep him on a permanent basis, but the Rossoneri might need him next season.
Pobega has proved that he can perform on a high level and with the departure of Franck Kessie, he could get more space in midfield. He has also played in a more advanced role for Torino, which could also work at Milan (as we have seen with Kessie).
Furthermore, there is also the benefit of him being a homegrown player, which will be good for both the Serie A and UEFA squad list. In any case, Torino could try to include their star Gleison Bremer in the negotiations to convince Milan, even though Inter remain ahead for the Brazilian.