Official: Simić leaves Milan and joins HNK Hajduk Split on a permanent basis

Stefan Simić with a HNK Hajduk Split jersey. (via

Stefan Simić has left Milan and he will try to relaunch his career in Croatia.

Simić grew up in the Youth Sector of the Rossoneri but never really managed to find space with the Milan jersey.

Today, it became official that the 24-year-old leaves the club and will play in Croatia next year, signing a contract with HNK Hajduk Split until 2023.

“Milan announces the definitive transfer of the registration rights of the player Stefan Simić to HNK Hajduk Split. The Club thanks the footballer for his professionalism and wishes him all the best for his sporting career,” a statement on the Diavolo’s website reads on Monday.

The details of the transfer are disclosed but in the statement on Hajduk Split’s website, they claimed that “with Milan we managed to agree very favorable conditions.” The contract of Simić with the club was expiring next year, so it’s hard to imagine that Milan managed to get much for him.

Simić spent the first half of last season with the squad of Gattuso, making a single appearance. He then moved to Frosinone on loan but after an early injury he didn’t find any space there.

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