Calcio Mercato are reporting that three clubs are looking at AC Milan owned midfielder Tommaso Pobega after his impressive season for Pordenone in Serie B as he helped his side make it to the play-offs. The 21 year old will return to the club from his loan and could be considered to deputise Kessie/Bennacer. He is being followed by Crotone, Udinese and Torino as per the report but notes that Stefano Pioli is interested in the youngster.
Gazzetta dello Sport via MilanNews.it are reporting that Milan have already rejected two approaches for the young midfielder from Sassuolo and Hellas Verona as they consider bringing him in the mix with the first team. The report also notes that Milan are planning to offer the Primavera product a contract until 2025.