Milan and Lecce reach an agreement over Colombo, the striker is set to leave on loan with option to buy

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Lorenzo Colombo during Italy U21 training on May 31, 2022. (Photo by Simone Arveda/Getty Images)

Lollo Colombo will play for newly-promoted side Lecce next season, according to reports in Italy.

The 20-year-old, who grew up in the youth sector of the Rossoneri, played the last season on loan in Serie B for SPAL, scoring 6 goals in 34 appearances.

With Olivier Giroud, Divock Origi, Marko Lazetić and most likely Zlatan Ibrahimović on the squad of Pioli, there is no space for Lollo next season and he’s set to leave.

According to Sky Italia’s Gianluca Di Marzio, an agreement has been reached between Milan and Lecce and Colombo is ready to join Marco Baroni’s side, which finished first in Serie B last term.

Milannews.it reports that it will be a loan with option to buy, while Nicolò Schira adds that the Rossoneri will have a buy-back clause. Colombo will hope to make a name for himself at Lecce.

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Mario

All the best, lorenzo!! Prove to everyone you deserve to play at the highest level and return back as a protagonist.

Next, on to nicolo zaniolo!!

SJF

Milans future no 9
Reminds me of Batistuta.
Hope he finds his rhythm next season