Alessandro Plizzari will probably go out on loan to get some playing time and Livorno & Las Palmas want him.
19-year-old goalkeeper Plizzari signed a contract extension through 2023 three months ago, but it’s very probable that he will leave Milan on loan this summer in order to get some minutes.
At the moment, it doesn’t seem as though Gianluigi Donnarumma or Pepe Reina will leave the club, so the chances of Plizzari to play in the first team would be low next season.
According to Gianluca Di Marzio of Sky Italia, after impressing in the U20 World Cup with Italy earlier this summer, Plizzari has attracted interest from Livorno, who finished 14th in Serie B last season, and from Las Palmas, who finished 12th in Segunda División (La Liga 2) in 2018/19.
For now, at least, it doesn’t appear that top division clubs are interested in having Plizzari on loan. The player will fly today with the squad to the United States tour and will try to impress.