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Milan: from Adli to Caldara, the situation of players on loan

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Milan: from Adli to Caldara, the situation of players on loan

Here’s how the many AC Milan players are doing around Italy and Europe

Rossoneri around Italy and Europe, how many are there? In how many squares? How are they doing? Bordeaux, Frankfurt, Turin, Ascoli, Perugia, Terni, Venice. Pobega, Adli, Duarte, Hauge and many others. Here is the situation of the Milan players on loan.


The “wizard” Pobega is preparing the basis for the final exam. Good for Torino so far, 4 goals and 2 assists in 25 games. He says that the Maratona curve thrills him and that he makes himself heard, especially when he intervenes in a slip during a counterattack. Harry Potter since the Rossoneri spring, Bianchessi discovered him at the age of 14. He made a crossing in the car in the snow to take him to Milanello. Maldini keeps it tight. Hauge, on the other hand, is destined to stay in Frankfurt. Eintracht will redeem him once he has obtained arithmetic salvation. At the moment he is ninth at 37 points with 13 points clear of the red zone.

The Norwegian has scored 3 goals in 24 games so far. Eight million more on the balance sheet. Another one who is doing well is Caldara, reborn with Zanetti, 23 games and one goal. Under contract with the Rossoneri until 2023, Venezia maintains a redemption option. Let’s see what happens in June. On the other hand, Yacine Adli, left on loan in Ligue 1, is trying to save Bordeaux almost alone (7 assists and a goal in 28 appearances). The “Girondins” are bottom of the table. The French need a business.


Youth chapter. One of the jewels on loan is Lorenzo Colombo, 6 goals against Spal in Serie B. One of these with a missile under the intersection. Eleven appearances and a goal for the Rossoneri, after six months at the Cremonese he chose Ferrara to gain experience. Not bad so far. Plizzari, on the other hand, after the first months at Milanello as third, chose Lecce to try the assault on Serie A. Only one game here, 90 minutes in the 1-1 against Brescia. Born in 2000, twenty-two, Berlusconi said he was as good as Donnarumma.

Other young players on loan: Frank Tsadjout, striker of ’99, in January chose Ascoli after six months in Pordenone. Gabriele Bellodi, 21-year-old defender of Alessandria in Serie B, is about to return to the field after losing the first part of the season due to injury, while Brescianini – the first deal between Galliani and Milan with Monza – plays little for Brianteo (midfielder of 2000, only 5 appearances). Riccardo Tonin, striker in 2001, scored a goal in Cesena in Serie C. Nikolaos Michelis, 20-year-old Greek central, plays in the Eredivisie with Willem II (13 games, have the right to redeem). Finally there is Leo Duarte, 25, Brazilian defender of Istanbul Basaksehir. Fixed owner on the Bosphorus, 25 games, redemption close to 5 million and a half.


Some other loans between Serie B, C and abroad. Leroy Abanda, French left-back of the 2000s, played 9 games in the third division with Boulogne, the club where Kante grew up. Marco Frigerio, twenty-year-old midfielder, is the starter with Lucchese in C (28 games). Luan Capanni, a Brazilian striker of the 2000s, is doing very well in Perugia. After six months at Viterbese he chose Curi, two goals in 5 games (plus a physical problem that kept him out for a while). Always Serie C: Alessandro Sala, contract expiring in June, plays at Pro Sesto (16 games and one goal, midfielder), Sabino Signorile at Seregno (winger, 2002, one goal in 11 appearances) and Antonio Mionic at Gubbio (midfielder, 22 matches). No match played for Gabriele Capanni at Ternana.

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