AC Milan have made a decision regarding the futures of midfield pair Tommaso Pobega and Marco Brescianini, a report claims.
According to Tuttosport (via MilanLive), the Rossoneri are keeping a close eye on the progress of Pobega, who has been on loan for two seasons to play continuously and grow. After his experience in Ternana in Serie C, he is now doing excellently for Pordenone in Serie B.
The numbers speak for themselves: 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 under head coach Attilio Tesser.
The newspaper claims that Milan will bring him back in the summer to evaluate him during preseason. Meanwhile, Primavera captain Marco Brescianini could face the opposite fate: he is likely to leave on loan as – despite being part of the first team squad on numerous occasions – he is yet to make his debut.
The future of Daniel Maldini will also be assessed, with the teenager having made his debut in the final minutes of the game against Hellas Verona at San Siro.