Official: Milan terminate Pellegri loan

Milan have officially terminated the loan of Pietro Pellegri who will now join Torino from Monaco.

The former Genoa starlet had joined the Rossoneri on a temporary deal over the summer.

“AC Milan announces that the early termination of Pietro Pellegri’s loan deal has been agreed with AS Monaco,” a club statement read.

“The Club would like to thank Pietro for his commitment and wishes him the very best in his future career.”

Pellegri has been struggling with injuries during his six-month spell at Milan, playing just six matches.

The Rossoneri had an option to buy for €6m at the end of the season but tried to negotiate a lower fee in January.

The plan was to sign Pellegri permanently and loan him out to Torino until the end of the season, but talks with Monaco collapsed, so the Granata will get the striker on loan from the French club.

They will also have an option to buy for circa €6m.

Milan have signed 18-year-old Marko Lazetic, who will be their third striker for the second part of the campaign.

8 Comments on “Official: Milan terminate Pellegri loan”

  1. Back in August I said…

    ‘It is a worry that Monaco are almost seemingly looking to cut their losses, if the figures quoted are accurate.’

    The poor kid literally has chocolate for a groin. He should be humble and drop down to Serie B, try and get some matches under his belt without pressure and rebuilt his career. But that groin will regrettably never heal.

  2. @DB Milan.

    This is a page dedicated to ITALIAN football. Have you got no integrity, sense of belonging, heritage or tradition? Why would you bandwagon a team you will never see?? Makes no sense.

    I was watching football before you could even afford a TV. Come to a game some time, and then talk. being plastic is cheap.

  3. Yes and clubs get 1/3rd their income just from TV rights

    Not to me tion shirts etc

    IF you are a local than you are typical italian- arrogant not because of hard work but just birth right

    Italians anyway migrate to MY country – should they not be allowed to support clubs? They are not local anymore

    Bigots like you have no original thought and are in truth USELESS

    Thats why u cry so much. Milan snd Inter are International from the 60ies, inter in truth since beginning. They represent whats best about Italy. And u think you get some extra points for no effort lol

    Get a job

  4. @Stam

    You got one thing right, mr. ‘tv rights’ and ‘shirt sales’. ‘represent what’s best about Italy’.

    Take your tv shirts, your tv subscription and maybe your once in a lifetime tourist visit to san siro up where the sun doesn’t shine.

    Big difference between being ‘international’ and being plastic. A player playing for milan contributes directly. You….you most likely watch games illegally, buy some fake shirt and then call yourself a ‘fan’.

    So long plastic!

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