André Silva will leave Milan in the coming days, with the Diavolo making a €9m capital gain from the sale.
Silva returned to Milan after a loan spell at Sevilla and even flew with the squad to the United States yesterday. But he’s ready to return to Italy and then head straight to Monaco as his sale is virtually done.
Sky, Milannews.it, Sportmediaset and others report that the deal between Milan and Monaco has been reached.
The Diavolo will get around €30m for Silva, who they got from Porto two seasons ago for €38m. As noted by MN, Milan will make a €9m capital gain from this departure, while saving around €4m gross in salaries. The 24-old Portuguese also has an agreement in place with the French club.
André has already greeted his teammates and has left the training camp of the Rossoneri. He is now getting ready for his new adventure and he will hope to revive his career after two difficult years. Silva’s agent, Jorge Mendes, is behind the operation and the sale of Silva would allow Milan to pursue Ángel Correa of Atlético Madrid, thus permitting Atlético to sign Mendes’ client James Rodríguez.
Patrick Cutrone is another player who could leave Milan this summer, but at the moment he is not enthusiastic about joining Wolverhampton Wanderers and he’d rather stay or join a bigger club.