US Lecce To Trigger Option To Buy Milan Striker

Written By Jacobs Dunga

The young striker is on loan at Lecce who are willing to sign him permanently.

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Italian Serie A club US Lecce are working to make the loan move of Lorenzo Colombo become a permanent one.

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The 21 year old Milan owned striker has impressed at the Stadio Via Del Mare and the club are now willing to sign him on a permanent basis.

There is an option in the agreement that allows the Giallorossi to keep the player permanently for a fee of €2.5m writes Italian transfer journalist Nicolo Schira.

In contrast, his parent club AC Milan are not ready to part ways with the youngster on a permanent basis and will also trigger a counter clause that allows them to buy back the player at €3.5m.

Colombo has scored four times in twenty four league games for Marco Baroni’s side this season.


Inter and AC Milan could be going head to head again but this time for an Argentinian talent.

The two Milan based clubs are monitoring seventeen year old Velez Sarsfield winger Gianluca Prestianni.

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The teenager is a major topic in Argentina due to his identifiable talent and is already playing for his club’s first team.

Schira reports that Velez Sarsfield has put a price tag of $12m on the U17 international knowing that European clubs are already looking into his talent.

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