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UEFA squad list regulations could push Milan towards Berardi pursuit

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AC Milan are building their squad for the future and are already thinking about the composition of their UEFA squad list, which requires certain parameters to be met.

Calciomercato.com reports how a team can only name a 24-man squad list if they have four players that came through their academy (were in the youth sector for at least 3 years between 15 and 21 years of age) and four players raised who came through Italian academies (same age rules).

Milan have Davide Calabria, Daniel Maldini and Matteo Gabbia in the squad but both of the latter two could be sent out on loan in the summer to develop. If they leave, then Alessandro Plizzari could come back in a role of second or third-choice goalkeeper, and Tommaso Pobega will come back from his loan.

Lorenzo Colombo is currently at SPAL and could complete the attacking department, or another Primavera player may be included in the squad as has happened in the past to flesh out the numbers.

However, as things stand the club will lose both Alessio Romagnoli and Franck Kessie at the end of the season which means only Sandro Tonali, Alessandro Florenzi and Antonio Mirante in the current squad satisfy the Italian homegrown rule.

The first is the only certainty, because Florenzi must be bought permanently from Roma while Mirante’s stay at Milan seems unlikely too. The report adds that signing Domenico Berardi as a winger could help serve a dual purpose.



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