Gianluca Di Marzio is reporting that AC Milan will look to buyback Tommaso Pobega from Pordenone this summer as the Serie B club look likely to exercise the buy out clause for the former Primavera midfielder. The 20 year old midfielder has been on loan and has impressed in Serie B as his side currently sit in 4th place, he has managed 28 appearances in all competitions scoring 5 goals and providing 3 assists in all competitions.
DiMarzio: Milan is working on extending Tommaso Pobega's contract. There is strong interest on him from Torino, and Atalanta.— TeamMilanAC (@TeamMilanAC) July 13, 2020
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Di Marzio is reporting that Pordenone will make a small profit through their purchase followed by Milan's buyback. The report also adds that the club are currently speaking to the player's agents over a contract renewal as his current deal with Rossoneri ens in 2022. He is also being followed by Torino and Atalanta for the summer.