Milan Manager Stefano Pioli will be evaluating former Primavera striker Lorenzo Colombo in the preseason over the next month to determine his future. The striker played for the first team for 6 months last season, scoring once, and then went on loan in Cremonese in Serie B for 6 months, where he also scored only once. In his first preseason friendly against Pro Sesto, he played 45 minutes and hit the post.
Daniele Longo reports that Brescia are still pushing to sign young Milan Colombo to lead their Serie B attack next season. They tried to connect to Sandro Tonali’s operation, but only Giacomo Olzer got into the deal.
Gazzetta dello Sport via Calcio Mercato The striker is reported to be showing interest in a number of Serie B clubs and is likely to become his destination this summer. Previous reports indicate interest from SPAL, Crotone and Frosinone.