André Silva will be the new player of Sevilla, but it remains unclear whether they’ll have a buy-out option.
After selling Nikola Kalinić to Atletico Madrid yesterday, Milan continue to thin out the squad and today they agreed the transfers of Luca Antonelli to Empoli and also that of André Silva to Sevilla.
According to Sky’s Gianluca Di Marzio and the Spanish AS, Sevilla and Milan have found an understanding over the loan of the 22-year-old striker, who only joined the club last summer for €38 million.
It is said that all the deal is missing now is the medical check-ups and the signatures. Silva will soon take a flight to Spain to start a new chapter in his career. Di Marzio and AS make no mention of an option to buy, but RadioRossonera’s Pietro Balzano Prota says there will be such option.
With both Kalinić and André Silva out of the goal, it’s possible that Carlos Bacca will stay and will be a back-up option to Higuain with Cutrone; the Colombian is in the squad to face Real Madrid.