Milan face a dilemma regarding the sestina loan

Unfortunately, Milan don’t have the best squad at the moment, with many of our new players arriving with dry loans or loans with purchase options.

However, we should also not forget those players we have loaned out this season and some may surprise you with their willingness to be part of the first team project. Others may prove they have no future in the club, but they may prove vital in raising funds to expand the already exciting squad.

Below are the players that the Rossoneri currently have on loan and what the Rossoneri should do with them in the future …

Tommaso Pobega

It was great to see La Spezia and Pobega play this season, even before the team lost 2-0 at their hands, which is arguably the worst performance of the season.

Pobega has made great strides and his vital contribution to the Ligurian side, which have arguably performed better, means that the midfielder has commanded the Spezia midfield with grace and authority and also has 5 goals this season away.

A tall player who can really offer the necessary control in the middle of the park is someone Milan could really use as further support for the midfield trio Kessie / Bennacer or Tonali, or potentially as a substitute for Krunic as he can play more advanced as a mezzala. natural.

With plenty of room to grow and develop at just 21, it would be wise for AC Milan to exercise the buyback option in his La Spezia contract, especially if the club decides not to redeem Meite.

Mattia Caldara

A player who was once considered AC Milan’s next big defensive success, the endless injuries that have continued into his loan spell at Atalanta this season have truly stopped any future AC Milan might have dead in his tracks.

With Caldara, the hope is that La Dea or even a mid-table Serie A team will capture him for around his current figure of € 15 million, which would represent much needed funds used to contribute to a better first team signing. .

Diego Laxalt

A very versatile player able to play anywhere on the left side of the pitch, Laxalt has joined an underperforming Celtic team that have just ceded the title to Rangers for the first time in 10 years.

This player’s goal would ideally be if Celtic made an offer to Milan with the aim of buying him, as he is currently on dry loan. It is very clear that he has no future at Milan and the hope is to raise funds with his sale wherever it ends, be it Scotland or even Russia where he had a market in the summer.

Lorenzo Colombo

Colombo is a very young (19) and strong center forward who apparently possesses the physical characteristics that Milan would be interested in for the position of striker. He also played a couple of games in the first team last year, but is now on loan to Serie B Cremonese as it is clear he has a lot to do, with zero scoring contributions in both Serie A and Serie B.

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Since he’s a player who has raw potential and those all-important physical attributes, it would be foolish to cut ties now and sell. Another season on loan – perhaps to a Serie A team at a minimum – could begin to produce much-needed player development.

Alessandro Plizzari

Plizzari is another young player full of potential in the position of goalkeeper. He joined the Serie B Regina last summer and has yet to keep a clean sheet in a struggling team with a goal difference of -17.

While it’s not all his fault, as their defense has been anything but solid, it’s clear he has a lot to develop and, like Colombo, another season on loan – perhaps to a side in the lower half of Serie A. who needs a doorman – he would. increase its development.

Andrea Conti

Conti provides an interesting case, as it is clear that he has no future at Milan, and like Caldara he was once considered a key player in defense of the right back and was an established Italian international.

Due to injury and poor development, he never managed to achieve the qualities needed by the Rossoneri, joining Parma on loan last year with an agreement in which Parma are obliged to buy him if he were to stay in Serie A and avoid relegation. With reports suggesting the commission is around € 7 million, the hope is that Parma will be able to exercise it and we can add its sale to the pot for the next transfer window.

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