André Silva has made his stay at Frankfurt permanent, after impressing during his season on loan in Germany.
André Silva was sent to Eintracht Frankfurt last summer on a two-year loan exchange with Ante Rebić.
The deal worked out perfectly for all parties in the deal, so much so that Silva and Rebić have impressed so much that the clubs decided to skip the 2nd loan year and just make the deal permanent.
Milan have still not announced Rebić, but today Eintracht made it official that the 24-year-old Portuguese striker, who scored 16 goals in 37 games in 2019-20, will stay at the club:
“Milan announces the transfer of the player André Miguel Valente da Silva to Eintracht Frankfurt on a permanent deal. The Club wishes him all the best in his future endeavors and thanks him for his professionalism,” a statement on the website of the Diavolo reads on Thursday.
Silva joined the Rossoneri in 2017 from Porto for €38 million but he failed to make a big impact and earn a starting spot at the club. He’s found himself in Germany and will hope to keep shining.