AC Milan could be in a prime position to re-sign former midfielder Matteo Pessina this summer due to an interesting clause, a report claims.
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.
Calciomercato.com‘s Fabrizio Romano recently reported that Atalanta do not want to lose control of the player, and that Napoli have been watching Pessina for some time, while there has been a lot of talk about Juventus because the player’s profile responds to the typical characteristics of their signings.
According to Monday’s edition of newspaper Tuttosport (via MilanNews), Milan are now considering the possibility of re-signing Pessina.
They may have an advantage in the race too, as Milan hold a percentage on future resale between 40% and 50%, meaning he could come back to San Siro for effectively half the cost of what other teams would have to pay.