Norwich City are monitoring the progress of AC Milan midfielder Tommaso Pobega, according to reports in Italy.
Pobega is currently on-loan at Serie B side Pordenone, where he has made an impressive start to life for his loan club, scoring three goals in eight matches.
That form is said to have led to interest from City who are supposedly keen to bring the 20 year-old to Carrow Road. Messaggero Veneto, the Italian newspaper, is touting Pobega with a move to Norfolk.
The Canaries aren’t alone in their reported interest in Pobega with Serie A clubs Atalanta and Hellas Verona also reportedly tracking the central midfielder.
Pordenone have an option to make Pobega’s move permanent by paying €2.2 million to the Milan-based club at the end of the season. Although, according to reports, Milan are reportedly attempting to block that clause after Pobega’s impressive performances this season.
A product of the AC Milan academy, Pobega enjoyed a loan spell at Serie C side Ternana and has stepped up a division with great aplomb.
His form has seen him called up to the Italian Under 20 side but he is yet to play a senior game for AC Milan.