Official: Colombo renews his contract until 2028, leaves Milan and joins Monza on a loan deal

Lorenzo Colombo at Monza. (@acmonza)

Lorenzo Colombo will be wearing the Monza colors until the end of the season.

Colombo waited until the final day of the mercato but in the end got the move he wanted: he goes to Galliani’s Monza, where he will look to get consistent playing time and keep improving.

Milan announced the transfer today, also confirming that the striker signed an extension before going:

“Milan has announced the transfer of Lorenzo Colombo to AC Monza, on loan until 30 June 2024. At the same time, the Club has extended Colombo’s contract until 30 June 2028. The Rossoneri wish Lorenzo the best for next season,” a statement reads.

With Lollo joining Monza, and Divock Origi completely out of the technical project of the Rossoneri, Milan are looking to sign a striker on deadline day, and they are in talks with Sevilla for Rafa Mir.

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