Strinić has terminated his contract with Milan, the left-back is no longer part of the squad of Giampaolo

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Ivan Strinić during training at Milanello. (@acmilan.com)

Ivan Strinić has left after rescinding his contract yesterday, Sky is reporting.

Strinić joined Milan as a free agent last summer, after his contract at Sampdoria expired. He signed a contract until 2021 reportedly worth €2m per season.

However, Ivan suffered from a heart condition which kept him out of the entire 2018/19 campaign. He was involved in a few pre-season games under coach Marco Giampaolo, but his journey with the Rossoneri has already ended.

As reported by Sky Italia’s Peppe Di Stefano, and confirmed by RadioRossonera’s Pietro Balzano Prota, Strinić and Milan have come an agreement in regards to the termination of the contract of the 32-year-old. The left-back is no longer part of the squad and is free to choose his next club.

An announcement has not been made yet by the club and the contract was rescinded yesterday. Diego Laxalt is also on the way out but he’s yet to accept the offer of Atalanta.

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A.R.
A.R.
10 months ago

That is probably for the best. I wish him good luck whereever he goes next.

Rosored
Rosored
10 months ago

Yet another bad signing from Leonardo! We just paid for his heart surgery and bench warming. What a waste of money.

TOM
TOM
10 months ago
Reply to  Rosored

Don’t be insensitive

MilanFan
MilanFan
10 months ago
Reply to  Rosored

Strinić was signed by Mirabelli and Fassone.

Bajan Milanatic
Bajan Milanatic
10 months ago
Reply to  Rosored

You’re being totally disrespectful and unempathetic, and it’s a shame.

Soheil
Soheil
10 months ago
Reply to  Rosored

Wasn’t he signed by Mira?

Nino
Nino
10 months ago
Reply to  Rosored

Mirabelli and Fassone signed him please. And please show some decorum. Strinic is much a better man than some of the guys who refused to bulge even when it was clear they are not in the coach’s plan. Monto never left to show his love for Milan. Now Samu is refusing offers from other teams, even Andre Silva doesn’t want to leave despite the fact that he’s deemed surplus to requirement.

A.R.
A.R.
10 months ago
Reply to  Nino

I could not agree more, Nino. Well said.

Jibola
Jibola
10 months ago
Reply to  Rosored

The “sore” in your name says it all about you. Real Milanistas don’t chat unsympathetic and disrespectful. Shame!

Reddevil
Reddevil
10 months ago
Reply to  Rosored

Everything he said was right, wasn’t it? Why do you all jump on him? It was a bad signing. Not Leonardo but he also had couple bad signings in samu and laxalt. Point is we have not had a great sporting director in a long time. I like Maldini so far.

Niels8
Niels8
10 months ago
Reply to  Rosored

First, you should know that he was signed for free transfer.
Second, heart disease is something that cannot always be predicted and can happen to anyone. Third, paying for the treatment is just normal for the club and clearly shows the club’s value and professionalism. Last, you should learn about respect, not to mention to gather correct information before saying something.

Bajan Milanatic
Bajan Milanatic
10 months ago

All the best of luck Strinic, and I hope you remain healthy so that you can carry on your career.

O'Gabb's
10 months ago

The best of luck in your career. Such a great guy. Had quality time with him, such a good guy.