Silva returned to Milanello after his failed Monaco move, André is waiting for developments about his future

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André Silva on the plane before taking off to the USA on July 20, 2019. (@acmilan.com)

André Silva is back training in Milano as his Monaco transfer did not materialize.

Everything seemed set for the move of Andre Silva to Monaco, as the French club had agreed a €25-30m deal with the Rossoneri, and the player even flew to France and underwent his medical.

However, it all fell through as Monaco and Silva failed to reach an agreement over personal terms. There were even rumours about Silva failing his medical due to knee problems, but in the end it became clear that it was a financial problem.

André flew from Milano to the United States and then from the US to France in the space of two days. Now, however, he is back in Milano training at Milanello. The player will not rejoin the squad for the rest of the ICC Tour and he’s waiting for developments regarding his future from agent Jorge Mendes.

Silva joined from Porto in 2017 for €38m but scored only two Serie A goals on his debut season. Last year, he played at Sevilla on loan but the La Liga club chose to not use their buy-out option.

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Djuka
Djuka
1 year ago

Send him to Wolverhempton, not Cutrone

Pato
Pato
1 year ago

I hate this idea that Crutone will now be the sacrificial lamb because we fail to sell Silva..we should look for Silver buyer and we should not sell crutone as he can be a backup for Piatek

Ashraf
1 year ago
Reply to  Pato

I believe if we get 20 million from cutrone we are more than happy

Djuka
Djuka
1 year ago
Reply to  Ashraf

All under 30 is disrespectful for us, in any decent team in Germany or the same with atacking minded footbal (Hofenhaim, Eintraht..) he would score 15 goals atleist, and he is 21 with loot place for improwment

Paravel
Paravel
1 year ago
Reply to  Pato

Cutrone is not that good. Better sell him with a buyback clause.

Agustinar
Agustinar
1 year ago
Reply to  Pato

Cutrone too good to be the back up of Piatek. It’s better Silva. Cutrone can play together with Piatek and take the role as the servant, he has proved it. But we still need a different type of striker like Correa, who has speed and like to dribble a lot

Chidi
Chidi
1 year ago

I like cutrone, he’s smart and fast, very good positioning just like inzaghi. I prefer we keep him and sell Silva to wolves for 25m. Cutrone will be a very good sub to the strikers to ensure enough depth in the striking unit.

ricky kaka
ricky kaka
1 year ago
Reply to  Chidi

which cutrone is fast?? do you even watch milan matches at all

zahid hossain
zahid hossain
1 year ago

Keep Cutrone n sell Silva

WhereIsTheSpirit
WhereIsTheSpirit
1 year ago

Why not offering to Atletico : Silva as a part of the deal of signing Correa? Simeone is very good in motivating players. I believe Silva needs him to develop. Both Milan and Atletico will be happy.

Cruzio
Cruzio
1 year ago

I think I agree with that..Silva as technical counterpart to bagain for Correa. That will be the best deal in this mercato.

Alexmilan
Alexmilan
1 year ago

They have Diego Costa and don’t need anymore the same profile of a striker