Milan Sorting the Future of Their Talented Youngsters

Milan bid farewell to Luka Romero on Monday, as the winger transferred to Almeria on loan. Several teams vied for his services. The Spanish one won the race, besting primarily Boca Juniors. The Rossoneri didn’t want to concede any option to buy, which favored La Union, Corriere dello Sport informs.

The youngster, who had joined on a free move from Lazio, departs after playing just 5 times for a total of 155 minutes. He will seek a more regular role in La Liga. He’s unlikely to be the only talent to leave in the final days of the window.

Frosinone director Guido Angelozzi confirmed their interest in Davide Bartesaghi. Monza kicked the tires on him in the last few weeks too. He has logged seven appearances off the bench, playing less than a full game combined. Alex Jimenez surpassed him in the pecking order and got a pair of starts when they were extremely depleted in the back.

Milan are also fielding offers for Marco Pellegrino, Sky Sport informs (via Tuttomercatoweb). The defender is on the verge of returning from a heel fracture that cost him multiple months. He could go out on loan too if they found another man in the same role. They had paid €3M to onboard him from Platense.

While a few foreign teams have shown interest, Ternana have made strides for the Argentine in recent days, becoming the leading candidate to sign the Milan prospect.

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