Watch: Milan loanee Romero bags wonderful brace against Atletico Madrid

By Isak Möller -

AC Milan loanee Luka Romero was the protagonist for Almeria this evening as he scored a brace in the 2-2 draw at Power Horse Stadium. Both of the goals were lovely strikes as well, showcasing his lethal left foot. 

Romero impressed during the pre-season for Milan, scoring a screamer against Real Madrid, and many expected him to get playing time during the regular season as well. However, after failing to impress, the Rossoneri sent him out on loan to Almeria in January.

The best solution for all parties, especially for Romero who was guaranteed playing time. Since joining Almeria, the 19-year-old has made three appearances and his best one came tonight. Playing from start against Atletico Madrid, he bagged a brace to help his side secure one point.

The first goal was a great strike from outside the box, catching the goalkeeper off guard, and the second one was even better with an outside-of-the-boot shot. Certainly, he proved what he’s capable of with these goals and you can see them in the videos below (if they are down, check the official highlights on YouTube).

Tags AC Milan Almeria Atletico Madrid Luka Romero


  1. Another Milan loanee ballin’ away from the brilliant genius of Peeoli.
    2 great goals vs probably the most defensive team in the wholr world.

      1. Krunic is a working player and if he can improve on his game intellect, then he can do good. My post was more against Pioli than Krunic.

    1. Gabbia played 7 times under 4 different managers in less than 6 months.

      He’s just been given game time at Milan.

      We don’t need to pretend loaning players actually works or is intended to develop them. It’s just about keeping the conveyor belt moving.

        1. In the past 15 years not a single youth player who was sent on loan has established themselves in the first team.


          Gabbia might be the first but if he puts a single foot wrong he’ll no doubt be dropped. Even if he continues he’ll probably get replaced by one of our old signings or this summer with some new signings.

          Why are people so triggered when I criticise the transfer market?

          Apparently people can insult the manager and players but if anyone dare question the transfer market….

  2. If we sell Leao to PSG it would be interesting to see a team with a lefty on the right (Romero) and a righty on the left (Pulisic)

    1. It was not just that. Current Milan sides passing game is almost non existent. Pioli thinks every player is a Messi and the end result is players running alone into a crowd of defenders. Players like Romero and Chuk can benefit if the play is based on quick passes between players.

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