DEAL AGREED: Milan set to Letting Two started Leave in January due to Financial crisis

Luka Romero, a highly anticipated teenager, may go on loan from Milan in January to get experience. The Argentine winger is one of the two first-team players who might bid San Siro farewell in the coming months, according to Calciomercato.

Mattia Caldara is the additional. In 2018, Milan acquired the prone to injuries center-back from Juventus as part of a deal that sent Leonardo Bonucci back to Turin. His career at Rossoneri, however, never really took off. His last three seasons were spent on loan at Spezia, Venezia, and Atlanta.

Caldara has remained in Milan after failing to get a different temporary move. But Stefano Pioli is prepared to let his outcast leave permanently at the halfway stage of the season because his contract expires next summer.

Given that Simon Kjaer and Fikayo Tomori have started to make mistakes, there may yet be a chance for the Italian to have a late influence. But it appears such notion is pretty improbable.

Romero might, however, be permitted to depart on loan. Since switching from Lazio to Milan during the summer transfer window, the prolific attacker has struggled to get first-team opportunity.

The 18-year-old has started the 2018 Serie A season behind Rafael Leao, Christian Pulisic, Noah Okafor, and Samuel Chukwueze in the pecking order despite turning in some encouraging performances in the warm-up matches.

Romero’s loan move won’t be opposed by Milan. Despite his youth and eagerness to play, Rossoneri understands the need of consistent first-team play.

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