Nikola Kalinic is on the verge of leaving AC Milan after just one season at the club, and the Rossoneri’s sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli has confirmed the rumours.
“Kalinic? He has attracted interest from Turkey, Russia, Germany and Spain. Atletico Madrid and Sevilla are in pole to sign him,” Mirabelli told Sky Italia.
The Croatian striker was reportedly close to Atletico Madrid, as he had agreed on terms with the Spanish side. However, there is still no agreement between the clubs as there are different opinions on when the obligation-to-buy clause will be triggered.
With that said, Milan will most likely get around €20m for the striker, who they signed from Fiorentina last summer for a total of €25m.