ALBERTO PALOSCHI will probably stay at Chievo as the two clubs have decided to renew the co-ownership.
Paloschi grew up in Milan’s youth ranks but only managed to get 7 appearances in the senior team before trying his luck at Parma and Genoa, but it seems that he’s found his place with the Flying Donkeys from Verona, where he plays since 2011.
The 23-year-old has made 55 appearances in all competitions for Chievo since August 2011 and scored 13 goals, with seven of them coming in the 2012/2013 season. Chievo have confirmed today through their website that they and Milan have renewed the co-ownership of Paloschi, who is currently in Israel with the Azzurrini (they’ve made it to the semi-finals).
Paloschi played 90 minutes last evening in Italy’s 1-1 draw with Norway U21 and got the rating of 5/10 from La Gazzetta dello Sport. Riccardo Saponara, who will join Milan after the Euro’s played the first half of that game and got the rating of 6.