Marko Lazetic is yet to register a Serie A appearance for AC Milan having arrived in January with two hypotheses currently open, a report claims.
As mentioned, the 18-year-old Serbian joined Milan in the January window to replace Pietro Pellegri whose loan was terminated early and so far he has just one appearance for the club, which came in the Coppa Italia derby second leg in mid-April when the Rossoneri were 3-0 down.
He managed six appearances in the Primavera side, but did not score a single goal as he still has some work to do to adapt and get up to top condition. As Tuttosport (via MilanNews) reports today, Milan are evaluating two paths for his future.
The first option is a loan to a Serie B club where Lazetic – like Lorenzo Colombo has done with SPAL – can gain experience in a senior side. The other is to keep the striker in the Primavera squad heading into the new season, to help him adjust and grow.