AC Milan have yet to decide the future of Carlos Bacca. The rossoneri are about to receive the first offer from his former club of Sevilla.
Carlos Bacca’s situation continues to be a headache for the rossoneri. He is warned that the club aims to sale him but selling him is more complicated than expected. The right offer has yet to arrive. AC Milan pretend around 20 million euros for the Colombian striker and are also willing to loan the player but with the obligation to buy. So far no club has come forward with a proposal that would satisfy Marco Fassone and Massimiliano Mirabelli.
However, Carlos Bacca’s preference remains Sevilla. His former club is interested in the idea of taking him back but they do not seem willing to satisfy AC Milan’s demands. Nicolo Schira, journalist of La Gazzetta dello Sport, has revealed that the Spanish club is preparing its first offer: Loan for 2 million euros with the right to buy set at 13 million euros.