Il Messaggero Veneto via MilanNews.it are reporting that AC Milan’s young midfielder Tommaso Poberga who has been on loan at Pordenone is being targeted by Udinese for the summer. Pobega came through Milan’s Primavera and has been in great form on loan this season. He has played 22 appearances in the Serie B and Coppa Italia where he has scored 5 goals and provided 3 assists from his mezzala role.
He has largely cemented his starting spot at this point and will return to action soon as the Serie B looks to return. Pordenone are looking to keep him permanently as Udinese see him as a viable candidate for their midfield next season. Udinese will reportedly offer 5 million euros for the player whilst Milan value him at 7 million. It is unlikely that Milan will let him go easily after his great performances this season.