Pietro Pellegri hasn’t been that successful since he joined AC Milan on an initial loan deal from Monaco last summer. In desperate need of playing time, a loan move is one the card for the youngster, a report claims.
This season, the striker has made six appearances for the Rossoneri, totalling a mere 127 minutes of playing time. This has obviously been heavily affected by the injuries he has suffered, missing a total of 12 games and counting due to that.
Milan still believe in his potential, though, and for that reason they are willing to keep him on a permanent basis. According to Gianluca Di Marzio (via MilanNews), they are close to redeeming him from Monaco for a fee of €4m, getting a discount.
Pellegri will then be sent out on a six-month loan to Torino, which should do him a lot of good in terms of playing time as long as he can stay fit.
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