Milan activate their buy-back clause for Colombo, pay Lecce €3 million to bring the striker back

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Lorenzo Colombo celebrating during Italy U21-Ukraine U21 at Stadio Oreste Granillo on March 27, 2023. (Photo by Maurizio Lagana/Getty Images)

Lollo Colombo is once again owned by Milan, as the Rossoneri activated their buy-back clause.

The 21-year-old spent the last season on loan at Lecce, playing 34 games in all competitions and scoring 6 goals – including the goal that ended up keeping Lecce in Serie A on Matchday 37.

Lecce had a buy-out option for Colombo, which they used. But as confirmed by Stefano Trinchera, the Director of Sport of Lecce, the Rossoneri communicated to them that they are using their buy-back clause for the striker.

According to Antonio Vitiello of Milannews.it, Lecce paid €2.5m to get Colombo, and Milan are bringing him back for €3m. It remains to be seen what the plans are for Lollo for next season.

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Pele

Case closed! From thuram to Colombo. Same old system.