AC Milan are still hoping that they hold the cards regarding Matteo Pessina’s future but a double problem has emerged, according to a report.
This morning’s edition of Tuttosport (via MilanLive) recalls how the Rossoneri will receive 50% of the revenue on the future resale of Pessina by Atalanta. Therefore, if the 24-year-old left Bergamo this summer, Milan could net themselves a nice earning.
However, Atalanta absolutely do not want to sell him this summer, given that they would prefer to let other players like Josip Ilicic depart. Not only that, but if he were to stay another season then Pessina is likely to reach 100 official appearances for La Dea, which would remove the 50% clause Milan have.
There is talk that Inter are already in talks with Atalanta over Pessina too, as Simone Inzaghi’s team would like to sign the player in 2022, so as to allow him to mature one more season in Bergamo and to avoid giving Milan anything.