Arsenal will offer Colombian striker Carlos Bacca a way out of his Milan nightmare, according to reports in The Sun.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is determined to keep the clubs title charge at full speed and the journal states that he will make a £20million move in January. It’s believed that initial negotiations with the 30-year-old have already started and a move to North London now looks possible.
After a great start to the new campaign, Bacca has failed to get on the scoresheet since early October and has had a series of high-profile spats with new coach Vincenzo Montella. With the takeover of the club set to be completed this month, the Colombian international could be one of the high-profile departures in the new year.
Wemger tried to bring the player to The Emirates back in 2015 and last summer, a price of €30million was agreed with West Ham United before the player rejected a move to East London.