AC Milan‘s squad is not complete yet, the club managers could still use a few more signings to be able to compete well in the next Serie A campaign. But, thinning out a squad is a necessity as well. In this sense, a couple of players still do not have their future defined.
As reported by today’s print edition of Il Corriere dello Sport, Tommaso Pobega‘s future is not yet decided. The player who spent a season-long loan at Spezia last term has been in the sights of Atalanta’s radar in this transfer market session. But, the Italian midfielder, product of the Rossoneri primavera, displayed useful qualities in the friendly games and his stay within Stefano Pioli’s squad is possible.
The second midfielder whose future is not also defined is Rade Krunic. The former Empoli player, 27, is considered as a wild card in the middle of the pitch by the coach. He is seen as a convenient rotation option. Currently, he is the deputy of Brahim Diaz in the attacking midfield. However, the Bosnian player could be relegated in the AC Milan squad hierarchy. There should be more evaluations especially to see if he can be capable of playing as a deputy to Franck Kessié.