DIDAC VILA will either stay at the club or be sold outright this summer according to his agent, Verdu.
The Spaniard has never been given a proper chance under Coach Massimiliano Allegri. Mino Raiola brought him in January 2011 but Allegri only gave him one chance and Didac left on loan that summer.
Didac spent a year with his youth team Espanyol and was impressive. He has attracted interest from a few clubs including Valencia and Benfica but his future with the Rossoneri appears to be far from certain.
“What is certain is that at this time the loan with Espanyol has ended and he is back at the club, but we will see if he will remain there,” the 22-year-old’s agent Raul Verdu told Milannews.it. “Benfica and Valencia are certainly interested in him, but they are not the only ones. There are several teams looking at the boy.
“There are two options – either he will remain, or will be sold outright. He wants to return and to stay there. But, all doors are open, so for now we know that he will return to Milan, but that if an offer of interest came in, then it would be considered. I’ve spoken with the club and they have given me the green light to return the player, whilst if there is someone ready to make an offer that presents a win-win situation, we’ll see.”
Dídac could be included in Luis Milla’s 23-man squad for the 2012 Olympic Games which will be announced on Tuesday so Milan may not even have the time to try him out during the pre-season games.