KEVIN CONSTANT has officially left Milan and will try to win over the fans in Turkey now.
Many players have bid their goodbye to Milan this summer and will not be here in the 14/15 season, including Kaka, Urby Emanuelson, Alessandro Matri, Antonio Nocerino, Ferdinando Coppola, Robinho and of course Bakaye Traoré. And now Kevin Constant has joined the list.
Constant joined the Diavolo from Genoa in 2012 but never really convinced the fans of the Rossoneri. He still managed to play 57 times over the past two seasons, mostly as a left back.
The 27-year-old Guinean attracted the interest of Trabzonspor and they moved forward to sign him. Today the player penned the contract, as confirmed on their official website. Constant joins the Turkish Süper Lig on a four-year deal. Milan reportedly receive €2.5m from the transaction. Constant is replaced by Pablo Armero, who will have medical on Monday. It is now reported by Sky however that Armero will join Milan on loan without an option to be bought, at least for the moment.
Meanwhile, Luca Iotti has joined Elche on a three-year deal (there is a buy-back clause included). Milan also received an offer from Cordoba for outcast left back Didac Vila but Milan think it’s too low and negotiations will resume next week.