The lists to be presented in the Champions League require at least 8 players who have grown up “locally”. Florenzi and Mirante would be convenient and it is also necessary to evaluate the repayments from the loans
One eye on the market and another on the lists. A matter of names, choices, because the Champions list will be delivered in September. List A must include at least eight locally raised players, Club Trained Players and Home Trained Players. In order: the first are the players who played in the club’s youth teams between the ages of 15 and 21, while the second are the players registered for the same federation to which the presenting team belongs, for at least 3 years, always between 15 and 21 years old.
With the farewells of Romagnoli and Kessie, both expiring of their contract, the Rossoneri will also greet two fundamental elements for the lists, as they grew up in the nurseries of Italian teams. So who stays? Let’s start with the sure names of a place in the team next season: Matteo Gabbia, Davide Calabria, and Sandro Tonali, with Daniel Maldini in the balance. The future of Paolo’s son is still uncertain. After two years in the first team he could go and play continuously. After all, he is a class of 2001 and he needs minutes. After him there are Tommaso Pobega and Lorenzo Colombo, returning from loans with Turin and Spal. The first has played a great season, 4 goals and 3 assists in 33 games, while the other comes from the salvation won with Spal (six goals in 34 appearances). Fates in the balance.
Florenzi could join the famous list of 8, as the ransom from Roma – 4.5 million that Milan will try to lower – seems ever closer. “Ale” was a silent protagonist of the Scudetto, Pioli likes him and especially the Maldini-Massara tandem. There is optimism. In the scheduled meeting, Zaniolo will also be discussed, but that is another matter. A possible purchase of the 22 Giallorossi, however, would also be useful for the list issue. If not fundamental. Finally there is Mirante, currently the third goalkeeper, caught in an emergency situation and never used. Growing up in the Juve nursery, the former Parma could renew and stay behind Maignan and Tatarusanu also for next season. Among other returns from loans, no one will stay at Milanello. Caldara included. Fresh from a starting season in Venice that ended with relegation, the former Atalanta enfant prodige still has one year on his contract, but is destined to leave Milanello without too many regrets.
June 8 – 7:47 pm
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