TAYE TAIWO has left Milan to join English side Queens Park Rangers on a six-month loan deal.
It has been known for days now but only now it’s got the official stamp: Taiwo is no longer part of Massimiliano Allegri’s squad as he’s moved to England to play for Queens Park Rangers F.C.
Brought in the summer on a Bosman deal, Taiwo was supposed to solve Milan’s left-back problems but failed to impress the coach and the people in via Turati and after only 8 appearances, he’s gone on loan.
“AC Milan announces that it has sold, on a loan basis, the player Taye Taiwo at Queens Park Rangers,” an official statement on the Rossoneri’s site reads on Tuesday. “It’s a new and exciting challenge for me and one I am very much looking forward to,” Taiwo told QPR’s official website. “I can’t wait to play for the Club.”
Milan already acquired Djamel Mesbah from Lecce. Taiwo and Didac Vila who is at Espanyol at the moment, are currently both on loan with no option to buy in the summer – thus they will return in July.