Andre Silva has confirmed that he will be leaving Sevilla and returning to AC Milan once the season is over.
The Portuguese striker moved to Seville last summer on a loan with the right of redemption set at €38million, but things have turned sour after a good start to life in Andalusia.
Silva has recently been complaining of a problem with the patellar tendon of his left knee, but has given his availability to the Portuguese national side ahead of their Nations League semi-final in June – something his coach hit out at.
Now, the former Porto man has seemingly confirmed that he will not be returning to Seville.
“Another season ends, thank you Sevilla for the incredible reception,” he wrote on Instagram.
“I loved the spirit of the club and city. I hope the future brings good things!”
The 23-year-old netted seven times in his first seven LaLiga games but then scored just two more between then and the season end.
Silva recently reaffirmed that he ‘is a Milan player’, but reports have suggested that the Rossoneri will look to move him on after he scored just two Serie A goals during the 2017-18 season following his arrival from Porto,