AC Milan are carefully monitoring the situation surrounding on-loan midfielder Tommaso Pobega and a return is not exluded, a report claims.
Milan chose to let Pobega leave on loan to Spezia during the summer transfer window having got a deal for Sandro Tonali over the line, and although an option to buy is included in favour of the newly-promoted club, the Rossoneri management also inserted a buy-back clause to protect themselves and also renewed his contract until 2025.
According to Tuttosport (via MilanLive), Stefano Pioli was impressed him during the preseason, but in agreement with the club he preferred to send him out to play continuously elsewhere. At Milan he would have had little space, while at Spezia he has already managed to become a starter and the possibility of a return to Milanello
Pobega dreams of returning to Milan to be a key player having come through the club’s academy. He has already had loan experience with Serie C with Ternana, in Serie B with Pordenone and now aims to prove that he can do it in the top flight, all with Paolo Maldini observing closely.