Pobega reportedly set to extend his contract with Milan, a renewal until 2027 for the midfielder is ‘imminent’

Tommaso Pobega during training at Milanello. (@acmilan.com)

Tommaso Pobega will very soon sign a renewal with Milan.

Milan lost Franck Kessié on a free transfer, and also missed out on Renato Sanches who went to Paris Saint-Germain.

However, Pobega is back at the Club following a successful loan spell at Torino and he’ll be given significant minutes during the season under Stefano Pioli.

Milan believe in Pobega, who grew up in their Youth Sector and as reported by Milannews.it on Thursday evening, the renewal of the player is ‘imminent’. Tommaso will sign a new deal until 2027; his current contract is until 2025.

Tommaso will most likely be in action on Saturday when Milan take on Vicenza for a pre-season friendly. He missed the last few games due to injury but returned to training yesterday.

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