Frank Tsadjout has left the Rossoneri and joined the newly-promoted side.
The 22-year-old, who grew up in the youth sector of the Rossoneri, has been on loans non-stop since 2019, and now he’s left Milan on a permanent basis.
The official statement on the website of the Diavolo reads: “Milan can confirm that Frank Tsadjout has joined US Cremonese on a permanent deal. The Club wishes Frank the very best for the future on both a professional and personal level.”
Cremonese finished last season in Serie B in 2nd place and got promoted. In addition to Tsadjout, Marco Nasti, Marco Brescianini and Daniel Maldini are all expected to leave in the next days.