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AC Milan have completed the transfer of Portuguese striker Andre Silva to Monaco for a figure of 30 million euros.
UPDATE: The transfer is currently off because Andre Silva failed his Monaco medicals
MILAN TRANSFER NEWS – After two years, Andre Silva leaves AC Milan to become a new player of Monaco. AC Milan have reached an agreement with the Monegasque club and the Portuguese striker transfers to France on a permanent deal.
Andre Silva has left the squad and is already in Monte Carlo, where he passed medical examinations and is ready to sign a long term contract that will bind him to Monaco for the next five years. AC Milan have sold Andre Silva for €30 million to Monaco, including add-ons. This figure allows the Rossoneri to make a capital gain of 9 million. The work of Silva’s agent Jorge Mendes was important for the final outcome of he negotiations.
The sale of Andre Silva for 30 million to Monaco allows AC Milan t fund a move for Atletico Madrid striker Angel Correa. Negotiations between the clubs are in an advanced phase and white smoke is expected in the coming days. The Argentine striker is more suitable to coach Marco Giampaolo’s football ides and would be a perfect partner in attack for Krzysztof Piatek.
Apparently Andre Silva did no want to stay at San Siro and fight for a starting role. The same situation applies for the club who were eager to cash-in in case of a pleasing offer. The Portugal international has a great desire to re-launch his career after two frustrating seasons.
AC Milan purchased Andre Silva in 2017 for 38 million euros from Porto. The 23-year-old centre forward failed to establish himself as a regular at San Siro scoring just 2 Serie A goals and an additional in Europa League. Similar results followed at Sevilla where, after a bright start, he scored just 11 goals with the Spanish club refusing to make his move permanent.