AC Milan have already made a decision regarding the future of star young midfielder Tommaso Pobega, according to a report.
Pobega has been in the Milan Primavera set up since 2013, and last summer he was loaned out to Serie B side Pordenone until June of this year. From a central midfield role he has amassed five goals and three assists in 19 league appearances, and he only became a starter towards the end of November.
According to the paper edition of Tuttosport on Monday (via MilanLive), Milan believe that Pobega is one of the young players who could come in handy next season.
As a result, the 20-year-old should return to base. Pordenone have an option to buy built into the deal set at €2.2million but Milan boast a €2.4million buy-back clause which they will trigger immediately to secure his return to the club.
It will be up to the next Rossoneri manager to assess during preseason preparations whether to keep him in the squad or whether to loan him out again, but given Ralf Rangnick’s tendency to prefer using young and tenacious talents, the chance of him getting game time next season cannot be ruled out.