Chievo striker Alberto Paloschi is hoping to return to AC Milan at the end of the current campaign.
The 23-year-old is currently co-owned by the two clubs, but he is hoping Milan’s new transfer policy will see him return to San Siro.
“Milan are now focusing on youngsters,” the forward told Sky Sport Italia. “You saw that by the investment they made for Mario Balotelli in January.
“At the moment I have been given an opportunity here at Verona where I can grow, but you never know what will happen in football…”
Paloschi came through the youth ranks at Milan, but was sold to Parma in the summer of 2008 after making just 7 Serie A appearances for the Rossoneri.
After impressing at Ennio Tardini, the youngster was purchased by Genoa, only to be sold to Milan just six months later.
As of recently, the player has been co-owned by Chievo and he has been in scintillating form this season.
Paloschi went on to score 7 goals in 16 Serie A matches for the Flying Donkeys and is hoping his promising displays will not go unnoticed.