AC Milan's loanee at Lecce, Lorenzo Colombo is spending a productive season so far. The 20-year-old who is a graduate of the Rossoneri Primavera academy has 4 goals so far, 3 of which were in Serie A while the other was in the Coppa Italia. He also registered 2 assists in the league.
The young talent has pleased his new club and their fans. For this reason, it seems that Lecce have already made up their mind: they want to exercise their buy-option to sign the Italian centre-forward, an operation which would cost their coffers 2.5 million euros.
As per La Gazzetta dello Sport, AC Milan have the right to trigger a buy-back clause already which was included in the agreement between the two clubs last summer. This clause is worth 3.5 million euros. AC Milan would keep an eye on Lorenzo Colombo if Lecce decide to keep him on a permanent transfer and the Rossoneri would then see in the future if they want to have him back for 3.5 million euros.