Hachim Mastour has left Milan but the Rossoneri have a buy-back option set at 6m and also a reported option to get percentages from a future sale.
Mastour has spent recent weeks with the Primavera and was hailed by coach Cristian Brocchi for his change in attitude and the fact that – unlike last season – he now chases opponents, plays for the team and does what he’s asked to do.
However, the player and the club have come to a conclusion that it would be best for Mastour to leave and the player joined La Liga’s Malaga on a two-year loan deal. Los Boquerones have an option to buy him for 5m while the Rossoneri have reportedly reserved themselves the option to buy him back for €6m or get percentages from a future sale of the player by Malaga.
“The young player of Moroccan origin from AC Milan, Hachim Mastour (Reggio Emilia, Italy, 19/06/98), arrives at Malaga Football Club on loan for the two upcoming seasons and completes the squad for the 15/16 season,” a statement on Malaga’s site reads, confirming the arrival of Mastour.
The 17-year-old flew to Spain this morning and the deal has been known for hours but was only confirmed close to the end of the deadline day. Mastour joined Milan in 2012 from Reggiana.