CorSera: Milan decide fate of Kalinic and Bacca

When the summer transfer window opens Massimiliano Mirabelli has to make some difficult but decisive choices for the future of AC Milan, especially in attack.

At the end of the season both Nikola Kalinic and Carlos Bacca, who will return from his one year loan at Villarreal, will leave the Rossoneri. Il Corriere della Sera reports that the fate of the two striker is already sealed and explains that the club of Via Aldo Rossi will focus on Patrick Cutrone and Andre Silva instead while trying to bring a new top striker at San Siro this summer.

The Croatian 25 year old striker joined AC Milan from Fiorentina for 25 million euros but he has not lived up to expectations scoring only 5 goals this season. The Colombian attacker on the other hand has done better at Villarreal (12 goals and 6 assists) but the Spanish club demand a discount from the Rossoneri in order to make the move permanent.

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