Ante Rebic seems to have finally made the leap to being a consistent player after a solid start to the season, a report claims.
According to Tuttosport (via MilanNews), Rebic’s start to the season was very positive and this has actually marked a transformation compared to the last two campaigns in which he struggled up until around the Christmas break.
In both 2019-20 and 2020-21 he went wild after the festive season and become a fundamental element for Pioli’s Milan, but in the current 2021-22 campaign he seems to have picked up where he left off, filling in well given the absence of both Ibrahimovic and Giroud.
Goals, assists and top performances have proven that Rebic can play as a centre-forward if needed, even if he prefers to play on the left wing. He has the grit to play with his back to goal, and the speed to get in behind.
The Croatian looks like he could get another start on Sunday against Verona depending on how Giroud is, hoping to add to his four goal contributions.
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