Gazzetta: The future of Andre Silva depends on only one thing

The future of Andre Silva remains a total rebus. AC Milan have decided to halt any negotiations and intend to wait the end of World Cup before decided whether to sell him or not. 

The offensive department is the one that needs a more massive intervention. But it is necessary to free some slots, currently occupied by three attackers. Many were expecting a lot from Andre Silva, who arrived for 38 million from Porto last summer. Il Diavolo has not yet made a decision on this matter. The club wants to wait the World Cup, where Rossonero number 9 will play with Portugal, before making a final decision. An important showcase for potential buyers.

As La Gazzetta dello Sport emphasizes, Andre Silva is still very young (23 years in November) and could ask for a transfer to play continuously – this year he started from the first minute with Milan in only 7 occasions. The club has an excellent relationship with his agent, Jorge Mendes, with whom they will clearly talk again about the future of the young bomber. The hottest option at the moment is Wolverhampton (the newly promoted Premier League team), a club with which the powerful Portuguese agent has many interests. As mentioned before, however, the parties will wait the end of World Cup to conclude a transfer.

For a young player who probably departs there is one that surely remains. It is Patrick Cutrone, the only certainty of the Rossoneri attack. Author of 18 seasonal goals in his first year as a player of AC Milan’s first squad, in the coming days he is expected to sign a new contract with the Red and Blacks until 2023.

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