Yes, most of the Italian track guys have come up through team Colpack (Ganna, Consonni and Lamon for example), where Ivan Quaranta actually did a great job as the coach who also worked with them on the Track.FWIW: While Milan has achieved a lot on the track, he doesn't actually have a huge background in it or really specializes in it. At least so the story goes that one of the staff at CTF in 2019 contacted the italian national team and said they should try Milan out because they thought he'd be good at the TP (massive sprinter who can get in a flat back position being a pretty good blueprint for a pursuit rider). Back half of 2019 he competed in his first international track meet (u23 euros), then made pretty rapid improvements from there (even up to 2021 Milan was known for being not particularly great technically on the track, probably because of his relative lack of experience compared to some).
I'd also look out for him in TT's in the future if he goes to a team with a bit better infrastructure, as he was a pretty big TT talent in u23s (5th at euros at 19, won NC) and considering his size and climbing ability must have truly massive raw power.
Yes, he has a big engine and IMO also potential as a TTer, combined with his sprinting ability that kinda screams spring classics to me.