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Milan can smile as young midfield duo continue to shine in respective loan spells

While AC Milan are currently struggling for midfield depth, they can at least look at two players out on loan and be happy with their development.

MilanLive writes how the main attention of Milan’s loan crop is focused above all on Tommaso Pobega and Yacine Adli. The two midfielders are destined to be a big part of the club’s plans moving forward, almost certainly starting next season.

The Frenchman played yesterday against Saint-Etienne and showed everyone his quality as he provided an assist in the 88th minute for Hwang Ui-Jo in a 2-1 win.

Meanwhile, on Friday night Pobega had a good game in his first start for Torino after scoring his first goal against Salernitana. He close to scoring and had an excellent match, as admitted by his own coach.

“He is young, we monitored him already while I was at Verona, after his experience in Pordenone. Last year at Spezia he did well, although he didn’t always play. He’s a guy who has good potential, he can still improve a lot, especially in managing the ball,” he said.

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